Cheyney House & Rock House (Cheyney Rock House)

Rock House and Cheyney House, Sheerness

Cheyney House, Sheerness

Cheyney House (left) & Rock House (right). June 2009.

Cheyney House (126, Marine Parade) & the Rock House (124, Marine Parade):

Cheyney House was once the headquarters of the Cheyney Rock Oyster Fishery.

Now a Grade II listed building.

It’s believed Rock House was built around 1816, by the Alston family.

Links:

Official entry on English Heritage
Photo entry on English Heritage

Entry on British Listed Buildings for Cheyney House

Kent Historic Environmental Record

Stable Block to the south west of number 124

A Grade II listed building.
Main construction period assumed to be 1833 to 1866.

Listed building designation: II GV 2. Mid C19. 2 storeys buff brick with hipped slate roof. 7 sashes, mostly with verticals only. 1 square 4-light bay on the ground floor and hipped slate weatherporch.

Official entry on English Heritage
Entry on British Listed Buildings for Stable Block of 124
Kent Historic Environment Record

Stable Block of Rock House. June 2009.

Cheyney House on the left & Rock House on the right