© Norman Wigg
BAKER'S CROSS HOUSE, BAKERS CROSS (west side)
CRANBROOK, TUNBRIDGE WELLS, KENT
15 June 2002
19 May 1986
Date of last amendment:
19 May 1986
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CRANBROOK BAKER'S CROSS, (WEST
TQ 73 NE SIDE)
3/16 Baker's Cross House
House. C18 with C19 extensions and alterations. South front: Central bock.
Red brick ground floor, tile-hung above with parapet mashing hipped tiled roof.
Two storeys; 3-window front, glazing bar sashes on first floor, tripartite
sashes below. Central panelled double doors with wide parapetted porch on
4 Tuscan columns. Doors flanked by narrow windows within porch. Parapet of
roof steps down to right to lower wing with conservatory projecting to south
in angle formed by further projecting C20 single-storey red brick wing beyond.
To left late C19 projecting gabled wing with red brick ground floor and mock
framing above. Large mullioned windows on first and ground floors. Various
late C18 to mid C19 blocks to rear.