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Evegate Millhouse, Smeeth

Description: Evegate Millhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 10 August 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 181727

OS Grid Reference: TR0637738114
OS Grid Coordinates: 606377, 138114
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1052, 0.9466

Location: Smeeth, Kent TN25 6SY

Locality: Smeeth
Local Authority: Ashford Borough Council
County: Kent
Country: England
Postcode: TN25 6SY

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Listing Text

(east side)
4/141 Evegate Millhouse
Mill House. Early C18 exterior. Painted brick on galletted ragstone
extended with painted brick, with plain tiled roof. Lobby entry plan,
possibly framed hall house origin, with parallel rear wing. Two
storeys on plinth with plat band (returned to right) with hipped roof
with gablet to right and stacks to centre and to fleft (end left of
original structure). Three wooden casements on 1st floor and 2 on
ground floor with central panelled door with semi-circular fanlight
in gabled porch. The end left bay is a later (C18) addition, with
wooden casement and boarded door in hipped hoist housing on 1st floor,
and wooden casement and half-door on ground floor. Hipped 2 storey
rear wing of painted brick, with small hipped outshot almost over the
river (a privy block?). The end left bay of the main range has an
arched opening to rear (now blocked), through which the water ran,
this being the wheel-house before construction of the new mill in
1862, and diversion of the river.

Listing NGR: TR0637738114

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Source: English Heritage

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