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Description: The Old Granary
Date Listed: 30 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 223703
OS Grid Reference: TG3734624667
OS Grid Coordinates: 637346, 324667
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7674, 1.5168
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TG 32 SE STALHAM STAITHE ROAD
5/68 The Old Granary
Wherry granary, now private house. Dated S.C.S. 1808, restored 1977 by
Anthony C. Adcock. Brick with pantile roof. 3 storey facade in north-east
gable. Symmetrical. Central round arched panelled door in square surround
approached by short flight of steps. To left and right one segmental 3-light
window, the central light louvred. Central first floor access door to
granary, now half glazed. 2 similar windows above those to ground floor.
Loading door in attic, now also half glazed. Gabled roof. Rear gable
weatherboarded. Staithe runs underneath building to form wherry bays, the
floor beams carried on arched braces. Above is 3 storey symmetrical facade.
Ground floor with central glazed C20 door flanked by one leaded casement
each side. First floor with 2 tiers of leaded casements, the lower tier 2-
light, the upper tier 4-light. 4-light attic casement also with leaded
lights. Interior retains all bridging beams, joists and timbering. Granary
bays with plank walls. All casements original iron type. Roof of tie beams,
one tier clasped purlins and collars. An excellent example of rare industrial
Listing NGR: TG3734624667
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Source: English Heritage
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