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Description: Hall Court
Date Listed: 18 November 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 152714
OS Grid Reference: SO6439935365
OS Grid Coordinates: 364399, 235365
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0156, -2.5201
MUCH MARCLE CP -
SO 63 NW
4/49 Hall Court (formerly
listed as Hall Court
18.11.52 and outbuildings)
House. Early C17 with C16 re-used materials. Timber-frame with plaster
infill, tiled roofs with three stacks each having engaged brick diagonal
shafts. U-plan with five-bay main front facing east and returning west
in two-bay cross-wings. Cellar, two storeys and attics. East elevation
has 2:1:2:1:2 windows, late C19 to early C20 cross-casements, close-
studding (probably re-used) to ground floor and square panelling to first
floor; early C17 porch with enriched posts, bargeboards and pendant, double-
leaved ledged studded doors with strap hinges to second bay from left.
West elevation has central rubble side stack enveloped by early C19 lean-to
with horizontal sliding sash; C20 lean-to masks bottom of left gable; both
gables are square panelled, as east front, from first floor up; weatherings
to gable casements; two casements are C17, one of three lights to left of
central stack on first floor and another of two lights on the inner side
return of the right wing, again on the first floor. Interior: cellar has
re-used C16 moulded beams; heavy collar-trusses, each principal being
supported by a vertical strut from tie-beam; main staircase in south wing
near its junction with main range; panelling in south-east first, and
ground-floor rooms, fireplaces and partitions survive in form noted in
RCHM (Vol II, p 131-2). A large symmetrically planned house retaining
many significant features.
Listing NGR: SO6439935365
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Source: English Heritage
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