Hoppers Oast :: Shared Description

Five square kilned oast house. Before being converted to dwellings, the building was used as a bakery. It is converted to four dwellings, known as Cobbs, Harveys, Flints, and Neames, all named after local breweries.

Cobbs Brewery was based in Margate (until 1968), Harveys of Lewes (1790-present), Flint & Co in Canterbury (1797-?) and Shepherd Neame in Faversham (1698-present).
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TR1056 : Hoppers Oast by N Chadwick
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TR1056 : Hoppers Oast, Hatch Lane by Julian P Guffogg
TR1056 : Hoppers Oast by N Chadwick
TR1056 : Hoppers Oast by N Chadwick
TR1056 : Hoppers Oast by N Chadwick
TR1056 : Hoppers Oast by N Chadwick
TR1056 : Hoppers Oast by N Chadwick


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Created: Sat, 13 Feb 2010, Updated: Sun, 20 May 2012

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