Baldwins Green Conservation Area, Fawkham covers some 2.8 hectares and contains one listed building. It was designated in 1992 and has not been reappraised since then.
The hamlet lies entirely within the Metropolitan Green Belt and within an Area of Local Landscape Importance.
The conservation area includes Fawkham Road, the main route through the village, with the Church, cemetery and associated grounds on the eastern side and to the west the buildings of Churchdown Farm and the private residences of The Shaws and Laurel Bank.
The Parish Church of St. Mary is Norman with many 13th and 14th Century details internally and a white painted, weatherboarded Bellcote.
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