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Remains of Baconsthorpe Hall C80m South of Baconsthorpe Castle, Baconsthorpe

Description: Remains of Baconsthorpe Hall C80m South of Baconsthorpe Castle

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 224555

OS Grid Reference: TG1209738064
OS Grid Coordinates: 612097, 338064
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8982, 1.1519

Location: Hall Lane, Baconsthorpe, Norfolk NR25 6LB

Locality: Baconsthorpe
Local Authority: North Norfolk District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR25 6LB

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Listing Text


7/2 Remains of Baconsthorpe
Hall c.80m south of
Baconsthorpe Castle


Outer gatehouse to Baconsthorpe Castle, C16. Converted to house late C16/
early C17, altered early C19. Uncoursed galletted whole and knapped flint
with stone dressings, roofless. Formerly 3 bays with external gable and
turrets, now only centre and right bay with right turret. 2 storeys.
Footings of ranges to right and left. Tie irons dated 1921. Central gateway
arch reduced; early C19 doorway to centre bay within stone section to ground
floor which breaks forward, 4-centred stone arch with spandrels under
embattled parapet. Openings in stone probably reset from Baconsthorpe Castle
in early C19: 4-centred headed lights under square heads, stone mullions
and transoms, 3 lights over doorway, 3 lights to ground and 1st floor of
right bay (mullions and transoms lost to ground floor). Turret to right
gable: square to ground floor, octagonal to lst floor and above ending in
stone cupola with finial, parapet of half lunettes; 3 small openings to
east face. Rear: wide 4-centred moulded stone gateway arch, having slender
side shafts, under brick relieving arch, wall above lost. Blocked 3-light
window to first floor left. Interior: partition wall between 1st bay and
central passage with remains of 4-centred stone doorway to rear. Coursed
flint with brick, brick dressing to rear arches of openings. Floor lost.
Fireplace to rear wall of right bay. Gable end: large opening across width
of turret having segmental arch sloping down to rear, 1st floor fireplace
partially blocked, blocked openings to turret; opening to turret at attic
floor level. S.E. Rigold; Baconsthorpe Castle, H.M.S.O. 1966. Hall in
care of English Heritage. Scheduled Ancient Monument, Norfolk 144.

Listing NGR: TG1209738064

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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