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Description: Chantry Farmhouse
Date Listed: 16 March 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 285186
OS Grid Reference: TM3285155503
OS Grid Coordinates: 632851, 255503
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1487, 1.4021
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CAMPSEY ASH CAMPSEA ASHE HIGH PARK
TM 35 NW
2/13 Chantry Famhouse
House, now divided into 3 separate dwellings. Date stone on stack 1597 with
initials R. over JB. Early C19 red brick face to timber frame. Hipped
plaintiled roofs. Late C19 - early C20 extensions at rear. 2 storeys. L
plan. 5 window range: C20 three light casements with transomes and mullions
and single glazing bar. Gauged brick arches. Scattered fenestration to rear:
C20 casements. Red brick gabled entrance porch with semi-circular brick arch.
C20 6 panelled entrance door with semi-circular fanlight. 2 stacks, each with
four attached octagonal chimneys in moulded red brick: one stack of 3 red
brick detached octagonal chimneys in moulded red brick. The initials on stack
stand for Rose and John Braham owners after Theophilus Howard, Earl of
Suffolk. ADD.MSS.19119; British Museum.
Listing NGR: TM3285155503
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Source: English Heritage
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