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Date Listed: 31 May 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 159522
OS Grid Reference: TL3199227545
OS Grid Coordinates: 531992, 227545
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9308, -0.0817
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TL 32 NW ARDELEY GARDNERS ENU
House. Late C16, renovated and extended at rear in mid C19.
Timber frame roughcast with steep old red tile roofs.
Castellated kitchen extension in white brick. A 2-storeys L-plan
house facing S, with one and a half storeys short hall range and
3-bay W crosswing jettied at front and with large external red
brick side chimney stack with moulded base to 2 tall diagonal
shafts. Smaller similar stack with rectangular cap at E gable of
hall range. Entrance into passage next crosswing. C19 2-storeys
timber-framed extension fills the rear angle. Rectangular 2-
storeys kitchen block projects W from rear part of crosswing.
This has a castellated parapet and crow step gable, a chimney
backing onto the crosswing, corner pilasters, and a sash window
on each floor on the S with 8/8 panes. The brickwork of the rear
wall continues as a casing to the rear gable of the crosswing and
NE infill. Assymetrical S front with gabled and jettied wing on
left, door in centre, and gabled dormer to 1st floor of lower
hall range. Churchwarden's Gothick trim in cusped bargeboards,
C19 3-light moulded mullioned casement windows, blind cusped
quatrefoil panel over canted bay window under the jetty. The
walls have heavy timbering, jowled-posts, and the clasped-purlin
collar roof has cambered tie-beams. Heavy flat-set floor joists.
Fine moulded 4-centred stone arch and wide chamfered brick jambs
to W room fireplace on ground floor.
Listing NGR: TL3199227545
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Source: English Heritage
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