Wealden Hall Houses :: Shared Description

Wealden Hall Houses were timber framed farmhouses built by wealthy Yeoman farmers from the late 1300's to the mid 1500's (late Mediaeval to Tudor times). Originating in the South East, in the Weald of Kent and Sussex, they spread to other Southern counties around England. They remain most prevalent in the South East, particularly in areas surrounding Maidstone. The buildings can be identified by their distinct front jettied first floor end bays. …read more here Link
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TQ6741 : The Old Workhouse by N Chadwick
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TQ6741 : The Old Palace by N Chadwick
TQ6170 : Historic House by Oast House Archive
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Created: Sun, 8 Nov 2009, Updated: Sat, 19 Jun 2010

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