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Description: Little Wakering Hall
Date Listed: 27 July 1959
English Heritage Building ID: 123078
OS Grid Reference: TQ9412788429
OS Grid Coordinates: 594127, 188429
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5613, 0.7993
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BARLING MAGNA LITTLE WAKERING
TQ 98 NW
LITTLE WAKERING HALL ROAD
12/35 Little Wakering Hall
Hall house. C15 or earlier origin, C16 and later alterations and additions.
Timber framed and plastered. Red plain tiled roofs, crosswings to left and
right, the latter jettied to front and right return, with carved jetty brackets,
dragon beam and post. 2 storey hipped porch to right of the left crosswing.
Left return chimney stack offset with 2 diagonal shafts, 2 stacks to rear of
hall with 3 and 2 diagonal shafts respectively. 2 storeys and attics with 3
rear gabled dormers. 1:1:3:1 small paned vertically sliding sashes. Moulded
eaves cornice and central band to porch and hall. The porch has a chamfered 2
centred outer arch. The doorway has a moulded square head and jambs. 3 board
door. Rear stair turret and other extensions. The hall roof was raised C16 and
the stair turret added. Porch added at a later date. Exposed ceiling beams one
with a date 1599. C16 fireplace with mantelbeam over and brick moulding to
another fireplace. Fine Elizabethan staircase with solid treads and square plan
balusters. Some original roof construction. C18 firesurround. ?Smugglers
look-out in roof gablet with steps leading into it. The east wing was
originally longer and signs of the building can be seen in the garden wall. At
one time owned by Rev. Philip Benton, C19 historian. RCHM 4 (Little Wakering).
Listing NGR: TQ9412788429
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Source: English Heritage
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