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Elmscroft and Garden Wall Attached to North West Corner

A Grade II Listed Building in West Farleigh, Kent

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Latitude: 51.2498 / 51°14'59"N

Longitude: 0.4645 / 0°27'52"E

OS Eastings: 572093

OS Northings: 152952

OS Grid: TQ720529

Mapcode National: GBR PRB.Q7P

Mapcode Global: VHJMD.0VF9

Entry Name: Elmscroft and Garden Wall Attached to North West Corner

Listing Date: 23 May 1967

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1320121

English Heritage Legacy ID: 174812

Location: West Farleigh, Maidstone, Kent, ME15

County: Kent

District: Maidstone

Civil Parish: West Farleigh

Traditional County: Kent

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent

Church of England Parish: West Farleigh All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Rochester

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Listing Text

TQ 75 SW
(East side)
2/13 Elmscroft and
Garden Wall
attached to north
west corner

Farmhouse. C15, with C16, C18 and mid C20 alterations. Formerly timber
framed. C18 facade of red and grey brick in Flemish bond. Plain tile
roof. Open hall of two timber-framed bays. Storeyed ends rebuilt in
C18, and that to left extended. 2 storeys and cellar, on stone plinth.
Plat band, discontinued to left of left stack. Mid C20 moulded wooden
eaves cornice. Roof gabled to left, hipped to right, right hip returning
to rear. Four multiple brick stacks with moulded cornices; one in front
slope of roof towards left end, one ridge stack to right of centre (to
right end of left hall bay), one projecting to right gable end and another
projecting to right return wing. Irregular fenestration of 5 sashes in
open boxes, four of them bipartite with central mullion; one pair of
eight-pane sashes to left of left stack, and one pair of twelve-pane to
right, one single twelve-pane sash to left of "central" stack, and two
pairs of twleve-pane sashes towards right end. Segmental heads to ground-
floor windows. Door of six fielded panels with consoled 1950s shell hood
to right end of hall. Rear return wing to right, brick on ground floor,
tile-hung above, with three-light horizontally-sliding sash to right side
and two-storey polygonal brick bay to rear gable end. Two-storey rear
additions to left and centre, partly tile-hung. Interior: four-centred-
arched (parlour or staircase?) doorway with moulded jambs and deep hollow
spandrels facing into hall opposite present front door. Plain end-of-hall
crown posts, each with two foot braces and mortices for head brace.
Moulded octagonal central crown post with four head braces. C16 fireplace
to right side of "central'" stack with moulded stone jambs and cambered
hollow - chamfered bressumer with doubly-recessed hollow spandrels and
central rose. Garden wall: red and grey brick in Flemish bond. Slightly
more than single-storey height, with buttresses and chamfered brick coping.
Runs north from north-west corner of house, curves, then runs about 20 metres
west to road.

Listing NGR: TQ7209352952

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

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