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Description: Anmer Club
Date Listed: 8 October 1984
Date Delisted: 02 September 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 221382
OS Grid Reference: TF7413229548
OS Grid Coordinates: 574132, 329548
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8353, 0.5836
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8/1 ANMER Anmer Club
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TF 72 NW ANMER
8/1 Anmer Club
Village Institute. 1909. Pebble flint with brick dressings, some timber
framing, plain tiled roof. Single storey with attic dormers. Domestic
Revival style. South front has timber framed verandah screen supporting
jettied roof, interrupted at east off centre with 5 sided hipped roof to porch
supported by uprights and brackets. Verandah screen with single arch to east.
3 irregularly positioned arches to west. 2 3-light casements to west, 2 single
light casements to east, all with glazing bars, boarded and partly glazed
door. 4 casement dormers with barge board gables. East gable has 2 2-light
casements with glazing bars, brick drip mould heads, date 1909 worked in brick
above. Crow stepped coped gable. Lively west gable composition with 3
projecting timber framed partly jettied casements with glazing bars. At ground
floor 3 boarded benches built in between timber uprights supporting 2 single
light casements with tiled roofs and brick infill, in the centre a casement
cross window with glazing bars. Deep eaves gable projection carried further
out as gable to central window with weather vane above. Rear with 2 tall
eaves level stacks. Included as an example of King Edward VII's social
improvement of the Sandringham Estate : see Philip Hepworth Royal Sandringham
Listing NGR: TF7413229548
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Source: English Heritage
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