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Description: Little Pix Hall and Attached Wall
Date Listed: 9 June 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 169696
OS Grid Reference: TQ7351530833
OS Grid Coordinates: 573515, 130833
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0506, 0.4742
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HAWKHURST HIGH STREET
TQ 73 SW (north side)
9/346 Little Pix Hall and
attached wall (formerly
9.6.52 listed as Pixhall)
House. C16, altered early C18. Timber framed, clad and extended with red brick
on ground floor and tile hanging on first floor with plain tiled roof. Garden
front (the principal elevation) 2 storeys with boxed eaves to roof with stacks to
end left, to centre left and projecting and offset at end right. Three tripartite
glazing bar sashes on first floor with glazing bar sash to centre right, and 3
glazing bar sashes on ground floor with half-glazed door with Gothick Y-tracery to
centre right with flat cornice hood on large brackets and fluted pilaster
surround. Left return with small hipped wing and larger C20 rear one, portions of
English bond brickwork and sandstone base, C20 conservatory to right. Present
main entry by panelled door in columned porch in mid C20 rear wing. Interior:
large C18 inglenook dated in Roman characters 1732; C18 stair with stick balus-
ters, turned newels and ramped handrail, and clasped purlin (originally Queen-
strut) roof. The end right and rear sections of the house especially with
surviving exposed frame of large scantling with curved tension bracing and gun-
stock jowls, with added framed stairwell extension. Chamfered mullioned window
exposed in rear wall. Cellars. Attached and projecting from end left a section
of wall about 6 feet high, extending some 20 yards and including a boarded gate.
Listing NGR: TQ7353231088
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Source: English Heritage
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