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Salle Park, Salle

Description: Salle Park

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 19 January 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 220030

OS Grid Reference: TG1161824556
OS Grid Coordinates: 611618, 324556
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7771, 1.1361

Location: Sall, Norfolk NR10 4SG

Locality: Salle
Local Authority: Broadland District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR10 4SG

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Listing Text


4/130 Salle Park
(formerly listed as Salle Hall
including Orangery)

19.1.52 II*


Country House in domestic Palladian style built for Edward Base in 1761. Of red
brick and black pantiles. Double pile of 2½ storeys, with 2, 2 storey service blocks
linked by single storey wings. North (entrance) facade, and south (garden) facade
of 7 bays with 3 bay pediments. To north, central stone portico, with entablature
and pediment supported by 2 unfluted Ionic columns and 2, ½ columns. To south,
central door With stone pedimented doorcase with Ionic pilasters. Terrace across
3 bays with stone balustrade and steps. C20 sash windows in original openings with
sash bars, stone sills and slightly cambered gauged brick arches. Stone modillion
cornice and parapet. Pediment with shield and Rocco ornament. Hipped roof With
internal chimney stacks with stone caps. 3 bay service blocks with sash windows
with glazing bars and gauged brick arches, and hipped roofs linked to the main house,
to the north, with 3 bay blind arcaded walls with semi-circular arches, central
doors and pediments. Links to the south, 5 bay wings with central open pediment
over semi-circular arched opening flanked by brick pilasters. Storey height windows
with glazing bars and flat gauged brick arches. Stone molillion cornice with brick
parapet and stone urns. Interior mainly Edwardian and Victorian. Entrance hall with
2 fluted Ionic columns and 2 pilasters. Marble fire places in Saloon, drawing room
and dining room circa 1761. (John Kenworthy-Browne and others. Burks and Saville
Guide to Country Houses. Vol. III).

Listing NGR: TG1161824556

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Source: English Heritage

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