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Latitude: 51.3191 / 51°19'8"N
Longitude: 0.8998 / 0°53'59"E
OS Eastings: 602161
OS Northings: 161771
OS Grid: TR021617
Mapcode National: GBR SW4.6B3
Mapcode Global: VHKJW.K31L
Entry Name: Cartshed and Adjoining Shed About 80 Metres South East of Abbey Farmhouse
Listing Date: 17 January 1989
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1261088
English Heritage Legacy ID: 438707
Location: Faversham, Swale, Kent, ME13
Civil Parish: Faversham
Traditional County: Kent
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent
The following building shall be added to the list:
TR 0261 8/327 Cartshed and adjoining shed
about 80 metres southeast of
Cartshed and integral shed of uncertain function. Probably C18.
Weatherboarded timber frame. Hipped corrugated iron roof.
Plan: 6-bay rectangular building. The 3 wider cart-shed bays at the west
end are open on the north front and west end. The 3 narrower eastern bays
are closed in and there is a doorway on the north side of the third bay from
Exterior: The north front has 3 open bays to the right with curved braces
and is weatherboarded to the left with a doorway to the left of centre. The
west end is open and the east end and rear (south) are weatherboarded and
without openings. Interior: The close-studded timber frame is complete and
has curved braces to the open bays, tension braces to the closed bays and
jowled wall-posts, but only a few of the curved braces to the tie-beams
remain. Complete common-rafter roof with straight morticed collars, clasped
purlins and a board at the ridge. The joints have carpenter's assembly marks.
The closed east end is said to have been a carpentry shop but its original
use is not known. In spite of the missing roof cladding the structure is
complete and it is an interesting example of anCl8 farm building.
Source: Traditional Kent Buildings (1988) No. 6 pp 16-27
Listing NGR: TR0216261771
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