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Sort file:- Westerham, March, 2021.

Page Updated:- Sunday, 07 March, 2021.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

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Pitts Cottage

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5 Oxsted Road

Westerham

Pitts Cottage painting 1930

Above pointing, 1930, by T A Barribal.

Pitts Cottage

Above postcard, postmarked, 27 April 1949.

Unknown pub in the Oxsted Road

Above photo circa 1955.

Pitts Cottage

Above postcard, date unknown.

Pitt's Cottage inside

Above photo showing the inside.

 

The building gained a Grade 2 listing on 10 September 1954. The name being given as William Pitt once lived here whilst his home at Keston was being repaired.

Jenny & Brian (unknown surname) informs me of the following:- As far as I am aware this has never been a pub, just tea house a restaurateur over the last 40 year and and Indian until recently now reverted to a private house. However 50metres along the road was the "General Wolf" pub of the Black Eagle Brewery Westerham.

Till recently this was operating as an Indian restaurant, but unfortunately it closed in 2017 and has subsequently been converted into a private residence.

 

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