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Description: Granary and Oasthouse to the South-West of Sheerland Farmhouse
Date Listed: 14 February 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 181100
OS Grid Reference: TQ9335045456
OS Grid Coordinates: 593350, 145456
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1756, 0.7647
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5272 PLUCKLEY LITTLE CHART ROAD
Granary and oasthouses
to the south-west of
(formerly listed as
Granary and Oasthouses
14.2.67 at Sheerland)
TQ 9345 27/13C
Built by Sir Edward Cholmeley Dering, 8th Baronet (1807-1896), in 1838. This
is an imposing building. The granary in the centre of the east front is of
stone. Two storeys. Hipped slate roof. Six Dering windows. Four-centred
doorway in the centre of both floors. Four more similar doorways for carts
on the ground floor to the north. At the north and south ends of the granary
is a cylindrical oast and 3 more behind to the west. These are also of stone
with conical slate roofs. At the apex of each is a wooden cowl with a fantail,
on which is the figure of a black horse (tile crest of the Dering Family).
Listing NGR: TQ9335045456
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Source: English Heritage
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