GRADE I Listed Buildings

                             Church of St Lawrence The Street  Parish Church 1744-46 probably by Roger Morris, Colen Campbell's assistant at the Castle. 

Yotes Court Mereworth Road (north side) Country house. Circa 1656-58. Listed Grade I as a very early example of the type of country house that became dominant after the Restoration. As a building of importance and quality of the Commonwealth period it has great rarity value.

Mereworth Castle Maidstone Road (south side) Main block with moat walls to north. House by Colen Campbell. Roofed 1723. Based on the Villa Capra near Vicenza of circa 1565 by the famous Italian architect Andreas Palladio, and considered to be the first and finest building of the 18th century neo-Palladian revival in Great Britain.

Pavilion to north east of Mereworth Castle Maidstone Road (south side) Pavilion circa 1740-5.

Pavilion to the north west and stables of Mereworth Castle. Maidstone Road (south side) Pavilion circa 1740-50. No interiors survive. Stables to west

 GRADE II Listed buildings

The Bull House Maidstone Road (north side). Formerly the Laundry for Mereworth Castle. Late C18.

Childeric Cottage and Childeric House Maidstone Road (north side) Formerly listed as The Road House

Farmhouse C17. Brewers Hall Farmhouse Maidstone Road (north side) Hall house. Late C15. East wing timber-framed with west wing of brick added in early C19.

The Cross Malling Road (west side) at junction of The Street and Malling Road. House formerly an Inn. C18.

Barn to east of Yotes Court Malling Road (north side). Formerly listed as Stables with Yotes Court. Barn. Mid C17

The Octagon Mereworth Road (south side).

Libbits Cottages Seven Mile Lane (west side) Cottage. Early C19. Included as good example of modest domestic building of traditional regional type


      Mere House The Street (south side) Formerly The Rectory.  House 1780 by Nicholas Revett, builder Luffman Atterbury, altered early C19 and 1876

Springfield The Street (north side) Cottage C.18

Black Lion House The Street (north side) Formerly the Black Lion Public House. House. C18.

No. 91 The Street (north side) Cottage C. 18

No. 95 The Street (north side) Cottage C18. – Fire Insurance mark. Included as a good example of modest domestic building of traditional regional type

The Malt House The Street (north side) House. Early C19

Nos 137-139 (odd) Also known as Nos 1 and 2 Yew Tree Cottages The Street (north side) Cottage pair. C18.

Nos 276 and 278 The Street (south side) House possibly C17 framed structure with early C19 front.

Moorcock’s Farmhouse Butcher’s Lane (west side) Farmhouse C17. much altered in C18.

No 103 (Herne Cottage) Butcher’s Lane (west side) Cottage C18.

Farm building Butcher’s Lane (west side) 20 yards south-west of the Queen’s Head public house. Granary. C19 included for group value

The Queen’s Head Public House Butcher’s Lane (west side) Public House C18.

Nos 196 and 198 Butchers Lane (east side) Formerly nos 32 and 33. Pair of C16 cottages

No 218 (Rose Cottage) Butcher’s Lane (east side) Hall house, now house. C16

Nos 222 and 224 Butcher’s Lane (east side) C18 house, now divided.

No 183 Butcher’s Lane (west side) Late C18 cottage.

Holly Cottage Butcher’s Lane (east side) Mid C19 cottage

Highlands House Willow Wents (south side) House. Early mid C19

Lodge on east side of drive to Mereworth Castle Maidstone Road (north side) Entrance Lodge Mid C18. Matches west lodge

Lodge on west side of drive to Mereworth Castle Maidstone Road (north side) Entrance lodge mid C18. Matches east lodge

Kitchen garden wall and The Bothy to the north of Mereworth Castle Maidstone Road (north side) Red brick kitchen garden wall. Late C18. The Bothy Mid C19 cottage