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Description: Turks Farm Oast
Date Listed: 15 March 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 297089
OS Grid Reference: TQ6295825304
OS Grid Coordinates: 562958, 125304
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0040, 0.3213
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TQ 62 NW
Turks Farm Oast
Disused oast house. Dated 1827 over central gable. Built of red brick, mainly
of Sussex bond with grey headers though the central gable is in English bond.
Roof partly slated partly tiled. Dogstooth cornice. Central projecting gable
with round-headed stone hoist opening to 1st floor with slatestone above and plank
door to ground floor. To the right hand side is 1 pivoting casement and wide opening
on ground floor with C20 concrete lintel. Similar arrangement to left hand side
which also has kilns with central trunking for cowl. Interior has some ceiling
joists with rustic poles, staircase and 2 old wooden fireplace openings.
Listing NGR: TQ6295825304
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Source: English Heritage
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