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Listed Buildings in St Mary in the Marsh

Listed buildings are as being of special architectural and historic interest. A listed building is a building which has been placed on the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. There are just under 500,000 buildings in the UK to which this applies. A listed building may not be demolished, extended or altered without special permission from the local planning authority.
There are seven listed buildings in St Mary in the Marsh. There are no listed buildings in St Mary's Bay

Church of St Mary the Virgin
Haffenden Farmhouse
Headboard to Edith Nesbit
K6 Telephone Kiosk

Ruins of Hope Church of All Saints
Star Inn
Well Cottage

Church of St Mary the Virgin

The parish Church of St Mary the Virgin was originally built in the 12th century and then added to in the 14th, 19th and 20th centuries. Built of mixed stone, partly rendered with a plain tile roof. It has wood shingles to its spire. The west tower, virtually continuous nave and chancel, north and south aisles to nave, and south porch.
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Church of St Mary the Virgin
 


Haffenden Farmhouse

Farmhouse originally built in about 1600. Its rear wing is mid 17th century and facade of mid-to-late 18th century, with early 19th century alterations. Timber framed, clad in red brick in Flemish bond with occasional grey headers.

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Haffenden Farmhouse


Headboard to Edith Nesbit

Marking the grave of author Edith Nesbit, located in the churchyard of the Church of St Mary the Virgin.

The insciption reads Resting E. Nesbit. Mrs Bland-Tucker Poet and Author. Died 4th May 1924 Aged 65

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Edith Nesbit Grave


K6 Telephone Kiosk

The K6 is a standardised design made of cast iron, painted red overall with long horizontal glazing in the door and sides and with the crowns situated on the top panels being applied not perforated.  

The kiosk stands in a prominent location in the south west corner of St Mary in the Marsh. It is situated in the car park of the Star Inn , and stands approximately 50m to the south of the Church of St Mary the Virgin.

The K6 was designed by Giles Gilbert Scott in 1935 for the General Post Office, on the occasion of King George V's Silver Jubilee.

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K6 Telephone Box


Ruins of Hope Church of All Saints

Built in the 12th century in the former parish of Hope, the Hope Church of All Saints it fell into decay in the 18th century. All that is left is the ruins that you see.

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Star Inn

The Star Inn public house was built in the 18th century, with additions made in the early 19th century. Rendered brick with gable ends tile hung on first floor. Plain tile roof. Two parallel ranges.
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Well Cottage

Originally built in 16th or early 17th century, formerly cottages, now a house. Said to have been a Poor House. There were additions in the 19th century. Painted brick with strip of tile hanging beneath eaves. Plain tile roof, formerly thatched. 1 storeys. Hipped roof. Red and grey brick ridge stack towards left end and rear stack towards right end.

It was home to Victoria Hopper and Peter Walter.

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Well Cottage

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