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The Water Mill Building at Hammermill Farm

A Grade II Listed Building in Biddenden, Kent

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.1144 / 51°6'51"N

Longitude: 0.5989 / 0°35'56"E

OS Eastings: 582005

OS Northings: 138220

OS Grid: TQ820382

Mapcode National: GBR QVL.281

Mapcode Global: VHJN7.B8H2

Entry Name: The Water Mill Building at Hammermill Farm

Listing Date: 9 August 1979

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1362897

English Heritage Legacy ID: 180189

Location: Biddenden, Ashford, Kent, TN27

County: Kent

District: Ashford

Civil Parish: Biddenden

Traditional County: Kent

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent

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Listing Text

BIDDENDEN SISSINGHURST ROAD
1.
5272
The Water Mill building
at Hammermill Farm
TQ 83 NW 3/88
II

2.
Sir Richard Baker of Sissinghurst Castle established a hammer mill or forge
here in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. The former now disused mill building
dates from the C18. Two storeys and attics in gable end. Red brick and grey
headers. S-shaped iron ties. Half-hipped weatherboarded gable end. One
window. Waterwheel.


Listing NGR: TQ8442138397

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