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Latitude: 51.3322 / 51°19'56"N
Longitude: 1.1806 / 1°10'50"E
OS Eastings: 621659
OS Northings: 164040
OS Grid: TR216640
Mapcode National: GBR VYY.K8X
Mapcode Global: VHLG9.DSZ2
Entry Name: Tudor House
Listing Date: 29 September 1952
Last Amended: 8 February 1982
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1084381
English Heritage Legacy ID: 171125
Location: Chislet, Canterbury, Kent, CT3
Civil Parish: Chislet
Traditional County: Kent
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent
In the entry for CHISLET HARLEY LANE
5/289 Tudor House
the address shall be amended to read CHISLET FORSTAL
5273 CHISLET MARLEY LANE
(formerly listed as
TR 26 SW 5/289 29.9.52.
Hall-house of Wealden form circa 1440, with chimney and ceiling over open hall
inserted circa 1500 and porches and bay added in 1637. Timber-framed building
with plaster infilling, the end window bays of the first floor oversailing
on the protruding ends of the floor joists and with brackets and curved braces.
The recessed centre has curved braces supporting the overhanging eaves. Steeply-
pitched hipped tiled roof with C16 link chimneystack. Three casement windows.
The centre portion has a two storeyed bay dated 1637 and added then, of which
the first floor has decorative black and white scrollwork and the date and
the ground floor has been rebuilt in modern red brick. To the south of this
is a red brick porch, also added in 1637, with round-headed archway and shaped
Dutch gable. Chimneybreast on each end wall. Behind the porch is the original
wooden door surround with blank spandrels. The interior contains two inglenook
fireplaces and an original stone fireplace with blank spandrels, upright posts
with jowls, embattled beam to former open-hall, one square crownpost of circa
1440, an octagonal moulded crownpost of later date, smoke blackened rafters,
original doors and some panelling in an upstairs room.
Grade II* as a good example of a Wealden hall-house with exceptional interior
Listing NGR: TR2331864878
This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.
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