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Latitude: 51.1598 / 51°9'35"N
Longitude: 0.8325 / 0°49'57"E
OS Eastings: 598158
OS Northings: 143872
OS Grid: TQ981438
Mapcode National: GBR RWN.78X
Mapcode Global: VHKKM.C3ZR
Entry Name: Dairy Cottage shepherd's Cottage stable Cottage the Courtyard, Comprising Stable Cottage, Dairy Cottage, Garages and Shepherd's Cottage
Listing Date: 10 October 1980
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1116136
English Heritage Legacy ID: 180921
Location: Great Chart with Singleton, Ashford, Kent, TN23
Civil Parish: Great Chart with Singleton
Traditional County: Kent
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent
5272 GREAT CHART GODINTON PARK
comprising Stable Cottage,
Dairy Cottage, garages and
TQ 94 SE 15/30A
C17. Red brick. The entrance to these is on the north and consists of a round
headed stone carriage archway flanked by pedestrian archways, with a shaped
Dutch gable over containing a cartouche, and on each side of this a projection
with another shaped Dutch gable making a half-H. Behind the west projection
is a long building, once the stables now a garage, with a brick modillion eaves
cornice, tiled roof and 3 doorways with rectangular fanlights and flat hoods
over, to which tiled canopies have been added at a later date. The rear
elevation has round headed windows. Beyond the east projection is Stable
Cottage, part of the garages. Dairy Cottage, which is attached to this is C19,
2 storeys. Ground floor red brick, first floor tile hung. Two shaped gables.
Two casements. Shaped gable. Doorcase with cartouche of Toke family. Behind
this to the south-east is another C17 building now called Shepherd's Cottage,
in red brick with a tiled roof, which has been much altered and added to, with, in the centre of its east front, a shaped Dutch gable containing an octagonal clock face and, behind the gable, a wooden bell turret surmounted by a ogee-shaped lead canopy.
Listing NGR: TQ9815843872
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