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Source References for Listed Buildings have been gathered together with the wider archeaological records for Kent given an HER Number.

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Listed Buildings of Lynsted, Kingsdown and Greenstreet

From the Kent Historic Environment Record. This index includes listed buildings on the north side of Greenstreet (London Road) to reflect local history when this was a separately identified community. It was only after the First World War that Greenstreet's separate identity was brought into question by Faversham Post Office that made changes to the naming of the Post Office on the north side of the toll-road (in Teynham Parish).

You can find more details of each Listing at:

LBS Uid

HER Number

ADDRESS (and estimated date) GRADE Ministry Ref
  TQ 86 SW 132 Watling Street Roman Road    
176246 TQ 96 SW 1169 Bumpit (Edward Hasted describes), Bogle Road (formerly Bumpit Farm Cottage) - c.1587  Once the work-house of the Parish. II* 2-36
  TQ 96 SW 281 Oasthouse North West of Bumpit [prob. Late 18th Century]    
  MKE85575 Loyerton Farm, Oast (altered)    
  MKE85576 Outfarm to south west of Loyerton Farm    
176247 TQ 96 SE 1088
and MKE88669
Tenacre Farmhouse, Bogle Road - 16th Century (and loose courtyard much changed) II 3/37
176248 TQ 96 SE 1155
and MKE85569
Cambridge, Cambridge Road (formerly listed as Cambridge Farmhouse) -16th C. (and farmstead courtyard remains) II 3/38
176249 TQ 96 SE 1080 Tudor Cottage, Cellar Hill (formerly 2 cottages, 27.8.52 occupiers Hanford/Streatfield) - 16th C. II 3/39
L2-2-34 L2-2-982
176250 TQ 96 SE 1156 Cellar Hill Cottage, Cellar Hill (formerly No.25 The Old Cottage) - 16th C. II 3/40
L2-2-982
176251 TQ 96 SE 1082
and MKE85566
Cellar Hill Farm, Cellar Hill (Waylands) -  early-middle 18th C. [and Waylansd farmstead L-plan largely unaltered] II 3/41
176252 TQ 96 SE 1120 The Old Thatched Cottage, Cellar Hill - 16th C. II 3/42
176253 TQ 96 SE 1071 Cherry Gardens, Cellar Hill - 16th C. II 3/43
  TQ 96 SE 43 Medieval pottery scatter in grubbed and ploughed apple orchard near Cellar Hill. No structures    
176254 TQ 95 NW 56
and MKE85475
Dadmans (Edward Hasted mentions this house), Christopher Row - 17th C., early 18c [and loose farm courtyard] II 4/44
  TQ 96 SW 247 Lime kiln (site) at Dadmans Shaw    
  MKE85476 Outfarm east of Dadmans [survives but completely altered]    
  MKE85471 Lyndale. Farmstead much altered    
176255 TQ 95 NW 51 Yew Tree Cottage, Christopher Row - 15th C. II 4/45
  MKE85479
and MKE85478, MKE85477
Outfarm north of St Christophers Farm [behind Sunny Bank] - completely demolished. [and dispersed Farmstead - altered]    
176256 TQ 95 NW 58
and MKE85480
Colyers Cottage (Colliers), Christopher Row - 17th C. II 4/45
  TQ 96 SW 233 Hearth/Fire-pit of undetermined date, found at Claxfield Farm    
  TQ 96 SW 300 Medieval ditches, Claxfield Farm    
  TQ 96 SW 301 Late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age pottery, Claxfield Farm    
176257 TQ 96 SW 1217
and MKE85531
Claxfield Farmhouse, Claxfield Road - 16th C. (and old courtyard) II* 2/47
  TQ 96 SW 189 Union Mill (Corn Mill), near Claxfield Farm, Lynsted [Site only]    
LB/LYN/0013 TQ 96 SW 1095 Jefferies, Claxfield Road - 16th C. II 2/48
LB/LYN/0014 TQ 96 SW 1216
and MKE85465
1 & 2 Sunderland Farmhouse (formerly Sundries), Claxfield Road -   16th C. II* 2/49
LB/LYN/0015 TQ 96 SW 1094 The Batteries, Claxfield Road - 17th C., 19th C. II 2/50
  MKE85467 Batteries (Butteries) Farmstead - Oast    
LB/LYN/0016 TQ 96 SW 1215 Oasthouse and Oasts 30 yd SW of Batteries, Claxfield Road - early 19th C. II 2/51
  TQ 96 SW 1093 2/52 Barn 20 yards east of 5.1.77 Batteries GV II  
  TQ 96 SW 1171 Aymers (including Stables) II 2/10001
  TQ 96 SW 184 Icehouse, Aymers [demolished in 1925]    
  TQ 96 SE 201 Milestone on the London Road (A2) at Teynham opposite Cellar Hill    
LB/LYN/0018 TQ 96 SE 1121 2  The Walnuts, London Road - 1825 II 3/53
LB/LYN/0019 TQ 96 SE 1065 No.4 & Old Forge Building adjoining, London Road - late 17th C. II 3/54
LB/LYN/0020 TQ SE SE 1157 18 The Grange, London Road - 18th C. II 3/55
LB/LYN/0021 TQ 96 SE 1154 20 The Dover Castle PH, London Road - early 18th C. II 3/56
LB/LYN/0022 TQ 96 SE 1086 42 London Road - 16th C. II 3/57
LB/LYN/0023 TQ 96 SE 1124 52 London Road - 16th C. II 3/58
LB/LYN/0024 TQ 96 SE 1115 54-56 London Road - 17th C. II 3/59
LB/LYN/0025 TQ 96 SE 1117 70 London Road (formerly listed as 68 & 70) - c.1700 II 3/60
L2-2-155
LB/LYN/0026 TQ 96 SE 1097 72 London Road - 18th C. II 3/61
LB/LYN/0027 TQ 96 SE 1119 74 London Road - 1775 II 3/62
LB/LYN/0028 TQ 96 SE 1101 The George Inn, London Road - 17th C. II 3/63
LB/LYN/0029 TQ 96 SW 1202 118 London Road - 18th C. II 2/64
  122 The Hollies, London Road - early 19th C Local List -
LB/LYN/0030 TQ 96 SW 1235 Claxfield House, London Road (south side) - 17th C. (now offices) II 2/65
L2-2-251
LB/LYN/0031 TQ 96 SW 1226 Anchor House, Ludgate Lane - 16th C., 20th C. II 2/66
  TQ 96 NW 12 Chapel Cottage, Kingsdown Road (possible Toll House) II 1393121
LB/LYN/0032 TQ 96 SW 1092 Lynsted Court Cottage, Ludgate Lane (formerly listed House/Occupier - A G Phipps) - 16th C. II 2/67
L2-2-460
LB/LYN/0033 TQ 96 SW 1214 1 & 2 Oak Cottages, Ludgate House (formerly Oak House and Old Oak House) - 16th C. II 2/68
L2-2-460 L2-2-1050
LB/LYN/0034 TQ 96 SW 1225 Lyndale, Ludgate Lane - 18th C. II 2/69
LB/LYN/0035 TQ 96 SW 1097 Heathfield, Ludgate Lane - 1580 II 2/70
  Nos. 1-3 Ludgate Lane (consecutive) - 18th C. Local
  Manoah, Ludgate Lane - early 19th C. Local
  MKE85474 Outfarm in Potter's Plain wood; West of Ludgate Road towards Kingsdown [completely demolished]    
LB/LYN/0036 TQ 96 SW 1224
and MKE85473
Ludgate, Ludgate Lane (formerly Ludgate Farmhouse) - 16th C. [and loose courtyard] II 2/71
  MKE88927 Outfarm west of Linsted, near Ludgate [completely demolished]    
LB/LYN/0037 TQ 96 SW 1220 The Malthouse, Lynsted Lane - late 16th C. II* 2/72
  MKE85530 and
TQ 96 SE 205
Vigo Farm. A loose courtyard plan farmstead with buildings to one side of the yard [opposite Vigo Terrace]. [and Anglo-Saxon silver penny found]    
LB/LYN/0038 TQ 96 SW 1223 Bogle (with garden wall) Lynsted Lane (formerly Beaugill) - 16th C. II* 2/73
  MKE85529 Bogle, A loose courtyard plan. Remains.    
LB/LYN/0039   Barn, Lynsted Lane (formerly Garden Wall/Gate/Barn, 15 yds South of Bogle) - 17th C. II 2/74
  TQ 96 SW 3 Jeffries medieval house I  
LB/LYN/0040 TQ 96 SW 1212 Berkeley House, Lynsted Lane - 1700, mid-19th Century II 2/75
LB/LYN/0041 TQ 96 SW 1080 Mill, Lynsted Lane (15 yds East of Berkley House) - mid-19th C. II 2/76
  TQ 96 SW 188 Post medieval chalk pit and lime kilns, Mill Lane, Lynsted    
LB/LYN/0042 TQ 96 SW 1243 Champions Windmill, Lynsted Lane (50 yds NW of Berkley House) - c.1800 II 2/77
LB/LYN/0043 TQ 96 SW 1172 1 & 3 Harnetts, Bogle, Lynsted Lane - 15th Century II 2/78
L2-2-244 L2-2-64
  TQ 95 NE 1 Medieval Manor House and Village, Lynsted (Bedmangore)    
  TQ 95 NW 30 Post-medieval conduit system at Lynsted Park (tunnel 'cut and cover' brick drain)    
  MKE85528 Park Farm - regular courtyard L-plan [significant loss]    
LB/LYN/0044 TQ 95 NW 38 Lynsted Park and adjacent garden walls - 1599, 1829 II* 4/79
L2-2-485
LB/LYN/0045 TQ 96 SW 1242 Garden Wall & Ha-ha, 30 yds West of Lynsted Park - 17th C., 18th C. II 4/80
LB/LYN/0046 TQ 96 SE 1241 The Old Vicarage, Lynsted Street - 16th C. II 2/81
L2-2-1083
  Vicarage Cottage, Lynsted Street - early 19th C. Historic Interest
  TQ 96 SW 216 Iron Age Ditch and Pit on site of Stedlyn Farm (now St Pauls Court)    
  TQ 96 SW 217 Possible Post Medieval Walled Garden, Lynsted, on site of Stedlyn Farm (now St Pauls Court)    
LB/LYN/0047 MKE85470 Vicarage Farmhouse (formerly the Old School House), Lynsted Lane - 16th C. II 2/82
L2-2-989
LB/LYN/0048 TQ 96 SW 1089 Wall Opposite St Peter & St Pauls Church, Lynsted Street - 16th C., 18th C. II 2/83
LB/LYN/0049 TQ 96 SW 1218 Hillside House, Lynsted Street - 17th Century II 2/84
LB/LYN/0050 TQ 96 SW 1088 Forge Cottage and the Old Forge adjacent, Lynsted Street - 18th C. II 2/85
LB/LYN/0051 TQ 96 SW 1239 Forge House, Lynsted Street - 17th C. II 2/86
LS2-2-818
  Myrtle House, Lynsted Street - 18th C. Local List
LB/LYN/0052 TQ 96 SW 1240 The Post Office, Lynsted Street - 16th C. II 2/87
LB/LYN/0053 TQ 96 SW 1087 Church of St Peter & St Paul, Lynsted Street - 13th Century I 2/88
LB/LYN/0054 TQ 96 SW 1222 Black Lion P.H., Lynsted Lane - 17th C. II 2/89
MKE88926 Farmstead to south west of Black Lion public house (completely demolished)    
TQ 96 SW 1194 King George VI - K6 Telephone Kiosk - c.1936 II 2/191
LB/LYN/0055 TQ 96 SE 1103
and MKE85572, MKE88933,
TQ 96 SE 111
Nouds Farmhouse (mentioned by Edward Hasted), Nouds Lane - 16th Century [and Regular courtyard multi-yard; and Farmstead north of Nouds Farm; Oasthouse SSW of Nouds Farm] II 3/90
LB/LYN/0056 TQ 96 SE 1143
and TQ 96 SE 61
Moss House, Nouds Lane (formerly 1-2 Moss Cottages) - 16th C., mid-19th C. [and post medieaval lime kiln nearby] II 3/91
  TQ 96 SE 203 Lime kiln NNE of Moss House    
LB/LYN/0057 TQ 96 SE 1100
and MKE85567, MKE85571, MKE85568
Nouds House, Nouds Lane (formerly listed Nouds) - early 18th C. [and much altered loose courtyard; and Field Barn; and outfarm to West] II 3/92
LB/LYN/0058 TQ 96 SE 1142 1-2 Bishops Cottages, Nouds Lane - Badly damaged by fire 2004 and demolished II 3/93
LB/LYN/0059 TQ 96 SE 1099 Tickham Cottage, Tickham Lane (formerly Farm Cottage, Lower Tickham) - 16th C. II 3/94
L2-2-515
  MKE85573 Tickham Farm. Regular courtyard - remains. Only the farmhouse now remains    
LB/LYN/0060 TQ 96 SE 1066
and MKE85574
1-3 Lower Tickham Cottages, Tickham Lane - 15th C. [Loose courtyard with working agricultural buildings on three sides] II 3/95
LB/LYN/0061 TQ 96 SW 1111 Lynsted Court, Toll Lane - 15th C., c.1600 I 2/96
L2-2-871
  MKE85472 Lynsted Court (Sewards) Farmstead    
LB/LYN/0062 TQ 96 SW 1110 Barn, Toll Lane (30 ydsWest of Lynsted Court) - 17th C. II 2/97
  KINGSDOWN
  Church Oast, Downcourt Road - mid-19th Century II 4/102
TQ 9252 5863 Church of St. Catherine - 1865 [By E.W. Pugin for Lord Kingsdown] II 4/103
MKE85419 Farmstead adjacent to St Catherines Church    
TQ 95 NW 46
and MKE85388
Great Higham Farmhouse, Downcourt Road - 16th C. [and loose courtyard, altered] II 4/104
TQ 95 NW 105 and TQ 95 NW 106 Visigothic gold tremissis; and Merovingian gold tremissis (Under Motorway below bridge crossing to St Catherine's Church)    
MKE85385 Farmstead remains in Rushenden (Grove Cottage on Kingsdown Road)    
TQ 9216 5790 Barn (50 yds SE of Great Higham Farmhouse - 16th C. II 4/105
TQ 95 NW 66 The Forge, Dungate Road - 18th C. II 4/106
TQ 95 NW 47 The Malthouse, Hole Street - 18th C. II 4/107
MKE85421 Kingsdown House, Hole Street - 18th C., mid-19th C. [A dispersed plan farmstead] II 4/108
TQ 95 NW 49 Finch’s (formerly Burley’s Cottage), Hole Street - 16th C. II 4/109
TQ 95 NW 95 Yew Tree Cottage, Hole Street - 16th C. II 4/110
TQ 95 NW 88 Hole Street Farmhouse, Hole Street - 17th C. II 4/111
TQ 9271 5931 West of Hole Street Farm.
4 gun battery, with generator building and guardroom but no command post. In excellent condition.
   
TQ 95 NW 64
and MKE85420
Oast, Granary & Stores, 60 yds W of Hole Street Farmhouse - early-mid 19th C. II 4/112
  GREENSTREET - NORTH SIDE
TQ 96 SE 1118 White Hall - 15th C. II 3/161
TQ 96 SE 1149 Orchard Thatch - 17th C. II 3/160
  Jubilee Memorial Pump - 1897 Local
TQ 96 SE 1073 No.57 (Alverley House) - 17th C. II 3/159
TQ 96 SE 1158 No.117 early 19th C. II 3/158
  Nos. 161 & 163 - 18th C. Local
TQ 96 SW 1238 Nos. 183 & 185 - 17th C. II 2/157