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Description: New House
Date Listed: 13 March 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 115478
OS Grid Reference: TL7654514706
OS Grid Coordinates: 576545, 214706
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8031, 0.5592
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TL 7614 TERLING FLACK'S GREEN
10/130 New House
House. C.1600, altered in early C18 and C20. Timber framed, plastered, roofed
with handmade red clay tiles. 4 bays facing SE, with rear wing of one bay at
left end, and internal stack at the junction. Extended to right by one bay in
C18, with internal stack at the junction. C20 rear wing at right end.
Single-storey extension between rear wings. 2 storeys. 5-window range of late
C18 sashes, with some crown glass. Half-glazed door at front of C20 flat-roofed
central porch. Roof fully hipped. Recessed panel in front of stack. The
interior has chamfered beams with lamb's tongue stops (other beams hacked back
to increase height) with plain joists of horizontal section. Originally of one
storey with attics (and probably of lobby-entrance plan), walls raised approx.
one metre in C18. On ground floor, carved Jacobean chimney-piece, reputedly
removed from the mansion south-west of All Saints Church which was demolished to
build the present Terling Place. On first floor, early C18 pine chimney-piece.
Simon Collins Farm, alias Newhouse Farm, of 70 acres, was bought by John Strutt
in 1720, and the house probably reached its present form then. An abstract of
title from 1673 is in Essex Record Office (D/Ra T.163).
Listing NGR: TL7654514706
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Source: English Heritage
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