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Higham Mill (Including Mill House, Granary and Cottage)

A Grade II Listed Building in Higham, Kent

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Latitude: 51.4179 / 51°25'4"N

Longitude: 0.4769 / 0°28'36"E

OS Eastings: 572324

OS Northings: 171676

OS Grid: TQ723716

Mapcode National: GBR PPF.1DB

Mapcode Global: VHJLM.6MYD

Entry Name: Higham Mill (Including Mill House, Granary and Cottage)

Listing Date: 26 July 1983

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1051065

English Heritage Legacy ID: 356776

Location: Higham, Gravesham, Kent, ME3

County: Kent

District: Gravesham

Civil Parish: Higham

Traditional County: Kent

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent

Church of England Parish: Higham St John the Evangelist

Church of England Diocese: Rochester

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Listing Text

Higham Mill
GV (including Mill House,
Granary and Cottage)


C18 building probably built by Sir Richard Head about 1760. Restored. It comprises one long range of Mill House, Granary and Cottage, all of 2 storeys with a tiled roof. The Mill House is at the east end. This is stuccoed, has 2 windows, sashes with glazing bars intact and modern porch. The granary in the centre has 4 windows and the cottage at the west end one window. They are both stuccoed on the ground floor and weatherboarded above and have sprocket eaves.

Listing NGR: TQ7232471676

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

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