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Latitude: 50.9858 / 50°59'9"N
Longitude: 0.94 / 0°56'23"E
OS Eastings: 606441
OS Northings: 124829
OS Grid: TR064248
Mapcode National: GBR T07.4FT
Mapcode Global: FRA D6VH.XNW
Entry Name: St John's Priory, Including the Ruins of the Priory
Listing Date: 28 August 1951
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1025316
English Heritage Legacy ID: 175049
Location: New Romney, Folkestone and Hythe, Kent, TN28
Civil Parish: New Romney
Built-Up Area: New Romney
Traditional County: Kent
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent
HIGH STREET(North West Side)
St John's Priory, including the ruins of the Priory
A large L-shaped house with early C18 front, possibly older behind the facade.
2-storeys attics and basement red brick on a base of stone rubble with flint
galleting. Tiled roof with 2 hipped dormers to the Ashford Road elevation.
Parapet. 7 sashes facing High Street, 3 sashes and 2 blank window spaces facing
Ashford Road. Glazing bars intact except in 3 ground floor windows on the
High Street front and brick architraves above. Doorcase up 5 steps in a
moulded architrave surround with rectangular fanlight, large flat hood on carved
brackets and door of 8 fielded panels. 2 inserted bow windows. The side facing
Ashford Road has a recessed doorcase with rectangular fanlight over. The
interior retains some panelling and a good staircase with 2 turned balusters
to each tread and scrolled tread ends.
To the rear of the house are the ruins of a medieval Priory founded in the Cl3.
The main part of these consists of a small building of stone rubble with a
tiled roof. 2 storeys. 3 windows, 1 of which is a small rectangular window.
The other windows have 2 lights each, with a corbel head in the spandrel
between the lights and a dripstone over. Pointed doorway (now bricked up) with
similar corbel head over. Another pointed doorway (unblocked) to the North
without corbel head. Beamed interior. Behind this complete building to the
North is a reconstructed wall made up of Medieval stones. It contains one
small pointed window, 2 small rectangular windows, 1 blocked window of 2 quatrefoil-
headed lights with a corbel bracket over, and in the centre of the wall a large
depressed (almost square-headed) archway (now bricked up) with the remains of a
window over it and a corbel bracket.
Nos 38 & 40, St John's Priory, Nos 46 & 48 form a group.
Listing NGR: TR0644124829
This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.
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