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Statue of Lion to west of Combe Bank

A Grade II Listed Building in Sundridge with Ide Hill, Kent

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Latitude: 51.2819 / 51°16'54"N

Longitude: 0.121 / 0°7'15"E

OS Eastings: 548016

OS Northings: 155770

OS Grid: TQ480557

Mapcode National: GBR LLJ.FF3

Mapcode Global: VHHPR.11SN

Plus Code: 9F3274JC+P9

Entry Name: Statue of Lion to west of Combe Bank

Listing Date: 25 April 1994

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1244291

English Heritage Legacy ID: 449219

Location: Sundridge with Ide Hill, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN14

County: Kent

Civil Parish: Sundridge with Ide Hill

Traditional County: Kent

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent

Church of England Parish: Sundridge St Mary

Church of England Diocese: Rochester

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This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 14/07/2020

TQ 4855

Radnor House Sevenoaks School
Combe Bank
Statue of Lion to west of Combe Bank

(Statue of Lion to west of Combe Bank, Combe Bank, COMBE BANK ROAD)

Garden statue. C18 Portland stone copy of a pair of lions erected at the end of the exedra of Chiswick House 1738-39. Recumbent lion set on oval plinth. Much weathered.

This statue is shown in a lithograph of the 1830s or 1840s on a terrace wall to the north of Combe Bank. It was probably moved in the 1930s when Combe Bank became a school and a classroom block was added to the north of the house.

Listing NGR: TQ4801655770

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