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Boat House at Tf98512522, Guist

Description: Boat House at Tf98512522

Grade: II
Date Listed: 29 August 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 220674

OS Grid Reference: TF9851725227
OS Grid Coordinates: 598517, 325227
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7881, 0.9425

Location: Broom Green Dr, Guist, Norfolk NR20 5PB

Locality: Guist
Local Authority: Breckland District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR20 5PB

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Listing Text


1/22 Boat House at
TF 98512522

- II

Boat house. Circa 1910 by G.J. Skipper. Timberframe part rendered and part
apparent on brick base and timber piles. Pantile roof. Half of structure
is over the lake. Central hall surrounded on 3 sides by galleries and a
balcony with boat moorings underneath. Distinctively rustic in style. Access
by an external wooden stair. Wooden railings to galleries and balcony with
wavy braces to main supports. Hall with 2 pairs of French windows to balcony
side and 3-light casements flanking single pairs of French windows to gallery
sides. Formerly with leaded glazing. Roof half-hipped to one end and a half
gable at balcony end. 4 sloping dormers with lunette windows and one lunette
in half gable. Stack to land side end on western pitch. Weather vane finial
on gable. Hall of 4 bays - the 4th bay consisting of an upper gallery over
the balcony. Crown post roof trusses with arched struts from tie beams to

Listing NGR: TF9851725227

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Source: English Heritage

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