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Valuation Survey - Aldington (assessment number 84)

Assessment Number
National Archives Field Book Reference
Date Inspected
2 Sep 1912
Present-day Address or Approximate Location
Corner of Chapel Lane and The Hop Gardens (Ivy House, demolished 1970)

Property description

House, Buildings & Agricultural Land
Estimated Extent
4a 1r 38p (84-88 combined)
Interest of Owner
Ivy House
Brick, tile and slate, in good repair: 2 attics, 4 bedrooms, bathroom, hot and cold water, hall, 2 reception rooms, kitchen, back kitchen, scullery and larder, cellar, coalhouse and boothole, glass covered passage at back, 2 large greenhouses, wood and iron stable, cart shed, fowl house, cowshed for 6, 6 wood and iron pigstys, large greenhouse.

Occupier, owner and rent details

Occupier's name
Thomas BYRD Junior
Owner's Name
Thomas BYRD Junior
Address of Owner (as in Valuation Book or Provisional Valuation)
Ivy House, Aldington
Owner Notes
The 1909 Valuation Book gave Thomas Byrd Senior as the owner, but he appears to have passed the house to his son
Rent Amount

Valuation details

Valuation Notes
Includes 85, 86, 87 and 88
Gross Value (amount which the land might be expected to make on the open market, free of any encumbrances)£1360
Full Site Value (amount which remained after deducting the value of the buildings, etc, from the gross value of the land)£325
Total Value (gross value, with deductions made for any fixed charges, rights of way and rights of common)£1360
Assessable Site Value£325
Deductions for buildings and structures (when working out the full site value)£915
Deductions for fruit trees (when working out the full site value)£100
Deductions for other things growing or on the land (when working out the full site value)£20
Deductions made for fixed charges, etc (when working out the Total Value)£1035

Provisional valuation and sale details

Provisional Valuation Date Confirmed
14 Oct 1912

Additional information

Land Valuation Survey Maps
Views maps (A&C)
Photos of the property
Ivy House Aldington
Ivy House in the 1930s