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Stables to Necton Hall, Necton

Description: Stables to Necton Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 3 April 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 221032

OS Grid Reference: TF8683209589
OS Grid Coordinates: 586832, 309589
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6518, 0.7606

Location: Necton, Norfolk PE37 8HS

Locality: Necton
Local Authority: Breckland District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: PE37 8HS

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Listing Text

TF 80 NE
5/35 Stables to Necton Hall


Former stable block, now agricultural building. Built mid 19th century for
William Mason of Necton Hall, but probably incorporating an earlier building.
Red brick with gault brick and Costessey-ware dressings; slate roofs, crested
ridges on wings. 2½ storey central block with I½ storey wings; T-shaped plan.
Symmetrical facade with 3-bay centre block slightly advanced under an elaborate
shaped gable. Three ground floor openings with semi-circular arched heads.
Moulded string course at first floor level. Three first floor windows with
mullion and transom and glazing bars. Stone gable coping with ball-finials
at springing. Central sun-dial panel flanked by oculi in gable. Side wings,
each with two square-headed door openings and two semi-circular headed cross-
windows. Upper loading door in half-dormer with shaped gable. Moulded eaves
course. Crow-stepped gables to north, south and west. Lower pantiled range,
possibly earlier, on west side. Necton Hall is now demolished.

Listing NGR: TF8683209589

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Source: English Heritage

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