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Description: Granary Oasthouses and Stable Block at Halden Place Situated to the East of the House
Date Listed: 9 August 1979
English Heritage Building ID: 180305
OS Grid Reference: TQ8496833662
OS Grid Coordinates: 584968, 133662
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0725, 0.6389
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stable block at Halden Place
situated to the east
of the house
TQ 83 SE 8/378A
Early C19 granary of 2 storeys red brick having 5 windows with 4 loft doors.
At the south end are 3 cylindrical red brick oasthouses having conical roofs
with wooden cowls and modillion eaves cornices. At the junction of the Granary
and the south-west oasthouse is a stone inscribed 'L S J 1809'. This probably
represents the date when the oasthouses were added. The stables are probably
C17 and have a stone cartouche (now much defaced) of the arms of the Guldeford
family who owned the Manor of Halden from the early C15 to the early C16.
Listing NGR: TQ8494633649
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Source: English Heritage
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