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This is a 17th century building probably of two bays, remodelled in the 18th century with a new brick front sporting four brick pilasters.

Now a dry cleaner's, this is an early 17th century timber-framed house that was refronted in the later 18th century.

Now housing a clothes shop, this is an early 17th century building that was remodelled in the late 18th century.

This timber-framed, two storey house, now a restaurant, is one of the most prominent in The Homend, principally due to its two-storey jettied porch

Halling High Street, the Five Bells, 1908. This was the Court Lodge for the Bishop of Rochester's Manor of Halling.

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