Listed buildings in Frindsbury

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This is a list of all listed buildings in Frindsbury and Frindsbury Extra excluding the Upnors.

Site Number Grade Location Grid Reference Images and Notes
Tudor Cottage 1085738 II 130, Cooling Road TQ 73898 70672
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Late 16C timber framed house.
Cypress House 1085739 II 227, Frindsbury Hill TQ 74406 70314 17C house, refaced in banded blue and red brick.
The Manor House 1085745 II Upnor Road TQ 74755 70055 Late 16C farmhouse. Refronted mid 18C.
Boghurst Tomb 1086415 II 2 metres south of south aisle of All Saints Church, Church Green TQ 74408 69787
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Chest tomb 1750. Inscriptions, urn balusters, railed.
82 and 82A Frindsbury Road 1086417 II Frindsbury Road TQ 74028 69868
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Part of a late 18C row of houses.
Moulding Tomb 1107873 II 20 metres east of All Saints Church, Church Green TQ 74446 69787
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Chest tomb, 1789. Inscriptions and urn balusters.
Parish Church of All Saints 1107886 II* Church Green TQ 74412 69801
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Norman and later parish church.
Parish Church of St Mary 1121550 II* Vicarage Road TQ 73874 69521 Victorian church 1868-9. Listing describes it as "outstanding". "thoroughly convincing ... tautly designed and with an excellent use of materials"[1]
Brickhouse Farmhouse 1204311 II Stonehouse Lane TQ 73287 71062
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1677 timber framed farmhouse. Date on tablet with "I ♥ L".
Barn 30 yards south west of the manor house 1204320 I Upnor Road TQ 74694 70041
View of the south end of the barn
Timber framed barn of 1300[2] or c.1400[3] originally of 14 bays. Four bays lost to fire in 2003.
Red House 1262809 II 195, Frindsbury Road TQ 74270 70145 Mid 18C house with early 19C front.
Manor Farm Oast 1278058 II Manor Farm, Upnor Road TQ 74793 70058 1860s oasthouse. Two circular kilns. 5 bay stowage, described in the listing as having "unusually attractive architectural treatment".
Sole Street Farm House 1281289 II Lower Rochester Road TQ 73652 71102 Early 16C timber framed farmhouse, later extended. Weatherboarded.
80, Frindsbury Road 1323746 II Frindsbury Road TQ 74023 69858
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Late 18C brick house.
Group of 12 headstones 1325194 II South of south aisle of All Saints Church, Church Green TQ 74401 69790 Various 17C and 18C headstones.
Miller monument 1336169 II 15 metres south of All Saints Church, Church Green TQ 74400 69777
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Early 19C sarcophagus monument. Running-dog frieze.
84, Frindsbury Road 1336170 II Frindsbury Road TQ 74034 69876
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Late 18C brick house.
Old Parsonage 1336172 II Parsonage Lane TQ 74478 69831
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1700 brick house with pained stucco render over. Originally All Saints Church rectory,
Stone House Farmhouse 1336488 II Dillywood Lane TQ 73164 71292
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18C house. Possibly earlier, possibly timber framed.
Vine Cottage 1336489 II 229, Frindsbury Hill TQ 74430 70336 Late 18C brick cottage. catslide roof to right.
Roman Catholic Church of the English Martyrs 1422504 II Frindsbury Road TQ 73949 69841
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Modern (1963-4) fan-shaped church. The design reflects the Second Vatican Council reforms. Brick, concrete and a notable copper covered timber roof.

Royal Oak public house 1434926 II 53 Cooling Road TQ 73985 70466
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Late 17C timber framed house. From mid 18C used as a pub. Extended 18C, 19C and 20C. Refaced in brick c.1800



  1. ^ Newman 1980, p. 551.
  2. ^ Rigold 1966.
  3. ^ Austin 2005, p. 4.


  • Austin, Rupert (May 2005), Manor Farm barn, Frindsbury, Kent; An architectural description, Canterbury Archaeological Trust, FIN/BR2/03, record no 1744
  • Newman (1980), Buildings of England
  • Rigold, S.E. (1966), "Some major Kentish timber barns" (PDF), Archaeologia Cantiana, Kent Archaeological Society, LXXXI, pp. 1–38