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Latitude: 51.1143 / 51°6'51"N
Longitude: 1.0941 / 1°5'38"E
OS Eastings: 616655
OS Northings: 139555
OS Grid: TR166395
Mapcode National: GBR V07.1FK
Mapcode Global: VHLHD.X873
Entry Name: The New Inn
Listing Date: 17 October 1988
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1242038
English Heritage Legacy ID: 441375
Location: Lyminge, Shepway, Kent, CT18
Civil Parish: Lyminge
Built-Up Area: Etchinghill
Traditional County: Kent
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent
TR 13 NE LYMINGE CANTERBURY ROAD
The New Inn
Public house. Early C17, with late C18 or early C19 addition to right,
and later alterations. Timber framed. Painted brick to ground floor.
Exposed framing with part herringbone, part coursed brick infilling
to first floor. Right addition painted brick. Painted stone to
ground floor of right return. Plain tile roof. Lobby-entry plan of
two timber-framed bays and central stack bay. 2 storeys. Pair of
tension braces, and intermediate studs, to each outer bay. Steeply
pitched roof, hipped to left with gablet, gabled to right. Multiple
brick ridge stack towards centre, and gable-end stack to right.
Irregular fenestration of 3 casements; one two-light casement to each
outer bay, and one single-light under stack. Half-glazed door with
flat corniced and bracketed hood under stack. Right addition 2
storeys, roof hipped to right, with slightly higher eaves and lower
ridge than main range. Irregular fenestration of two sixteen-pane
sashes, with segmental heads. Canted bay to ground floor, with half-
glazed door towards right end. Rear lean-to to main range. Short
rear return wing to right. Interior: only partly inspected. Chamfered
axial beam to right ground-floor room of main range. Possible evidence
for continuous jetty. Elliptical brick fireplace with niches and wooden
bressumer, to right side of stack.
Listing NGR: TR1665539555
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