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Charlton Hill


Charlton Hill is a brick house, dated to around 1660, which once had attached gardens. Although these gardens are now lost, a 10-metre section of brick garden wall remains standing, adjoining the east end of the house.

Features & Designations


  • Garden Wall
  • Description: The surviving section of brick garden wall is attached to the east end of the house, and stands about 10 metres long and 2 to 3 metres high. It runs to a gabled end at the west over a segmental-headed doorway.
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  • House (featured building)
  • Description: Charlton Hill is a typical brick house of the mid-17th century, with gables and dormers. The south porch of the house is gabled, with the entrance flanked by pilasters accentuated with brick ornament.
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Key Information



Principal Building

Domestic / Residential


Part: standing remains