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Description: Clock Tower, Orangery and Connecting Walls at Narford Hall
Date Listed: 23 October 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 220920
OS Grid Reference: TF7670613746
OS Grid Coordinates: 576706, 313746
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6926, 0.6133
TF 71 SE NARFORD
3/17 Clock Tower, Orangery
and connecting walls at
Clock tower, orangery and connecting walls. Probably c.1860 by Andrew Fountaine.
Ashlar. Clock tower surmounted by arcaded cupola. 7-bay orangery of large
casement windows beneath semicircular arches with Baroque decoration. Centre
bay slightly larger with rusticated reveals. Balustrade parapet. Roof not
visible. Stone connecting walls. Minimal description due to lack of access.
Listing NGR: TF7670613746
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Source: English Heritage
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