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Description: Old Hall
Date Listed: 14 March 1980
English Heritage Building ID: 171392
OS Grid Reference: TR1276751433
OS Grid Coordinates: 612767, 151433
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2224, 1.0456
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5273 PETHAM THE STREET
No 5 (Old Hall)
TR 1251 37/528
C14 former open hall having a separately roofed cross-wing with kitchen below
and solar above. Plaster and painted brick infilling, the first floor of the
south-westernmost window bay tile hung and oversailing on the protruding ends
of the floor joists, a bracket and a modern buttress. One small bay to the
north-east of this with a gabled dormer over. Thatched roof now entirely replaced
with tiles but retaining smoke gablets. Two casement windows. Ground floor
has in addition 2 of the original mullioned window openings. Small C19 gabled
porch. Interior has roof of collar purlin type with top of crown post only
surviving. Dragon beams at south-east and south-west corners. C17 fireplace
with bread oven. C17 doors with battlemented surrounds. Grade II* for antiquity
and interior features.
Listing NGR: TR1276651432
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Source: English Heritage
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