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Description: Graft House Wall and Store
Date Listed: 7 February 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 198207
OS Grid Reference: TF2408425928
OS Grid Coordinates: 524084, 325928
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8166, -0.1602
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PINCHBECK KNIGHT STREET
TF 22 NW
Graft House, wall
House, wall and former detached kitchen, now store. 1733, altered
mid C19. Red brick in Flemish bond, slate roof, brick coped
tumbled gables, 2 brick gable stacks. T-plan. 2 storey plus
attics, 5 bay front with wooden dentillated eaves course.
Central double 8 panel doors, fine shell hood on scrolled
brackets, leaded. Flanked by single canted C19 plain sashes with
plain pilasters and hipped lead roofs. To first floor 5 glazing
bar sashes arranged 2:1:2 with brick segmental heads. In the
attic 3 C19 2 light casement gabled dormers with boarded gables
and glazed cheeks. To right a pent roofed bay with tumbled gable
and glazing bar sash window, with brick garden wall and planked
gateway which is attached to store. This has brick coped tumbled
gables, slate roof, single reduced gable stack, brick dentillated
eaves, planked door and single glazing bar pivot window with
segmental heads. In the rear wing an ashlar datestone in a
blocked opening "CBJ 1733". May be Charles Jennison. Interior
has a dogleg stair with 2 turned variform balusters to the tread,
carved scrolled open string, tall circular newel, moulded
handrail. One early C18 bolection moulded fire surround with
mantleshelf. 3 panel doors throughout. The store has a broad
brick fireplace with reused chamfered and stepped bressumer and
is probably a former detached kitchen.
Listing NGR: TF2408425928
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Source: English Heritage
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