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Description: Laurenden Forstal
Date Listed: 13 August 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 181390
OS Grid Reference: TR0101250478
OS Grid Coordinates: 601012, 150478
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2181, 0.8770
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TR 05 SW CHALLOCK BLIND LANE
3/15 Nine Chimneys or
Manor House. C17 with C19 wing. Timber framed and clad in red
brick and tile hanging, with plain tile roof. 2 projecting wings,
that on left entirely C19. Both of 2 storeys, with brick to ground
floor. First floor jettied supported on consoles, and tile hung.
3 hips end on to facade, with 2 large stacks of 4 diagonal chimneys
to left and 5 to right. Irregular fenestration of C19 and C20
leaded casements, with a shallow bay on ground floor of right wing.
Entrance is central open 'half-timbered' porch. Interior: the
original C17 L-shaped building is substantially complete. Features
include a staircase c. 1630, a dog-leg with half-landing, balustraded;
large wooden fire-place mantel, with centre piece carved in high
relief of bunch of grapes. Entrenched purlin roof.Marked on the map
as Laurenden Forstal, its ancient manorial name.
Listing NGR: TR0101250478
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Source: English Heritage
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