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Description: Crosswight Hall
Date Listed: 16 April 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 224280
OS Grid Reference: TG3408029761
OS Grid Coordinates: 634080, 329761
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8145, 1.4722
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TG 32 lilt
6/66 Crostwight Hall
Ruined Hall. Mid C16 with later alterations. Flint with brick dressings.
No roof. E plan. South and east walls are principal survivors. 2 storey
central porch in south facade flanked by cross wings. Porch with 4-centred
ashlar arched entrance with 2 orders shafts on high polygonal bases and with
moulded capitals. Wave moulded inner door. 2 blocked windows to left of
porch and later block added to right of porch of whole flints and yellow brick
dressings. Gabled cross wings with ashlar quoins survive to eaves line.
East wall of east cross wing retains glazing bars of 2 upper windows showing
fenestration was of timber cross casements. Various remains of fireplaces
and doorways survive.
Listing NGR: TG3408029761
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Source: English Heritage
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