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Description: Smeeth Hill House
Date Listed: 10 August 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 181709
OS Grid Reference: TR0736939484
OS Grid Coordinates: 607369, 139484
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1171, 0.9615
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TR 03 NE SMEETH HYTHE ROAD
4/123 Smeeth Hill House
House. C16 and early C20. Red brick and yellow stocks on ragstone
with plain tiled roof, with red brick and rendered rear wing. Two
parallel ranges. Entrance front (early C20) of 2 storeys with hipped
roof and triple, rendered stack sets to left and to right. Irregular
fenestration of 2 glazing bar sashes, round headed stair light and
oriel on 1st floor, and large mullioned and transomed window with
plank and stud door to left in four centred arched doorway in gabled
porch. Projecting wing to right in late Cl9 vernacular revival
style, 2 storeys, brick with rendered upper floor and hipped tiled
roof, with large mullioned and transomed windows on both floors. Left
return of main elevation with parapet to return hipped roof, with 2
hipped dormers.2 paired sashes on 1st floor and French windows on
ground floor. Rear elevation of red brick to hipped roof with gablets,
with 5 glazing bar sashes on 1st floor and 2 bays on ground floor. The
C16 building was orientated to this elevation; the triple stacks are
reported to be moulded below the line of the e.C20 entrance front.
The home of the Bedingfield family, intermarried with the Scotts of
Scotts's Hall, both of whose Arms feature in panelling etc. in Smeeth
Listing NGR: TR0738339508
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Source: English Heritage
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