Description: Boship Farm Hotel
Date Listed: 30 August 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 295270
OS Grid Reference: TQ5705411085
OS Grid Coordinates: 557054, 111085
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8779, 0.2310
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HELLINGLY LOWER DICKER
Boship Farm Hotel
(formerly listed as
TQ 51 SE 12/621 30.8.66 Boship Farm House)
Originally known as Horeship Farm. Built by M Fuller in 1652. Timber-framed
building encased in red brick and altered in the early C19. Two storeys
and attic. Four windows. Three gables containing attic windows. Centre
gable has a pendant with the date 1653 and the initials "M.F.". Pentice
on west side of west gable. Cemented stringcourse. Tiled roof. Early
C19 windows with rusticated painted surrounds and 2 or triple narrow sashes.
Four-centred doorway flanked by narrow lights. Brick chimney breast with
offsets on east wall.
Listing NGR: TQ5705411085
Source: English Heritage
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