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Date Listed: 8 May 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 202719
OS Grid Reference: TQ0515689824
OS Grid Coordinates: 505156, 189824
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5975, -0.4832
TQ 0589 6/63 8.5.50.
C16 H-shaped range of buildings in red brick with 1st floor band. High pitched
tiled roofs have a gable on each inner face of front courtyard and in centre
of outer faces of side wings. 4 stacks of paired or tripled diagonal brick
chimneys, largely rebuilt. 2- 3- and 4-light leaded casements, some of old
iron, some modern; and there are brick hoodmoulds over some. Ground floor
windows in outer wings blocked. Central wide plank door under segmental brick
arch. At 1st floor centre 3 square stone plaques, the middle one with coat
of arms, each outer one with a wyvern within a garland. At back central door
under Tudor arch of rubbed brick.
Listing NGR: TQ0515689826
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