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Ivy Farm House, Upper Sheringham

Description: Ivy Farm House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 12 August 1976
English Heritage Building ID: 224649

OS Grid Reference: TG1456041865
OS Grid Coordinates: 614560, 341865
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9313, 1.1910

Location: Cranfield Road, Upper Sheringham, Norfolk NR26 8AD

Locality: Upper Sheringham
Local Authority: North Norfolk District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR26 8AD

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Listing Text


4/119 Ivy Farm House

House, C18. Coursed and galletted flint with rendered rusticated quoins;
black glazed pantiles to front, 2 cells of 2 storeys. Internal stack to
right hand gable and central axial stack rebuilt. C20 external stack to
left hand gable. Front to north: castellated dentil cornice in gault brick;
off-centre door to left with rendered pediment and surrounds; flush sashes
with glazing bars, exposed boxes and rendered rusticated surrounds, 2 windows
each side of door on ground floor, 5 windows of 6 panes each to first floor.
Low 2-storey addition under pantiles to left hand gable having a horizontal
sliding sash to each floor, ground floor window under segmental arch. Rear:
dentil cornice, red and black unglazed pantiles. Window with 'Y' tracery
in wood to ground floor left; blocked doorway with brick dressing, C20
circular window, flush sash with glazing bars to right. Flush sash with
glazing bars, upper sash renewed, to centre first floor. 2-storey C19 flint
outshut under pantiles to right having late C20 fenestration. Early C19
single storey wing to left, partly against end bay, having a flush sash with
glazing bars facing east; wing extended and roof raised to west to provide
garages. Interior: large centre and western gable stacks rebuilt.

Listing NGR: TG1456041865

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Source: English Heritage

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