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1. Holyoake Terrace, off Oakhill Road: an early example of social housing, built c. 1907   2. The rear of The Plaza Suite at The STAG   3. Brewers store, 84 High St; originally late 18thC, with top floor and mock-Tudor gable added 1901/2
   
4. Next to the Old Post Office, The Upper High Street. The whole building was originally a 16thC inn, “The Three Cats”.   5. The Chantry, Upper High Street. Late 17thC   6. Wall tiles by the steps at the corner of Beech Road and Argyle Road
   
>7. 46 Upper High Street. Originally an inn   8. Lime Tree House (Sevenoaks Business Centre), Lime Tree Walk. Formerly The Lime Tree Hotel. The hotel and workmen’s houses were built in 1878/9 by Thomas Graham Jackson (TGJ). His sister was Emily Jackson.   9. The tower behind the fire station in London Road
   
10. The Chequers Inn, High Street. There was probably an inn on the site in the 12thC, at the heart of the old market place. The name derives from the chequered cloth that covered the money-changer’s bench set up on market days.   11. The entrance to The Royal Oak, the coaching inn on The Upper High Street   12. The Waitrose site after demolition of the original building in 2010