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Description: Weybourne Mill
Date Listed: 30 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 224655
OS Grid Reference: TG1156143128
OS Grid Coordinates: 611561, 343128
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9438, 1.1473
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TG 14 SW WEYBOURNE SHERINGHAM ROAD
4/125 Weybourne Mill
Windmill and attached house, now dwelling, mid C19, restored and extended
by J.S.Brocklesby 1920s. Brick tower mill of 5 storeys, complete with cap
sails and fantail; casement with glazing bars and stone sill to each floor
to west and east and to first floor south; doorway, now window to second
floor south. Attached 2-storeyed 3 bay house to north, third bay a late
C20 addition; first floor timber framed and jettied to west. East facade
of flint with hipped pantile roof, doorway to left, 6 panelled raised and
fielded door, panelled reveals, heavily carved brackets to flat canopy.
Casement window to right. Two tall casement windows with transoms to first
floor. Door and doorway reused, probably from Merton Surrey. C. Spencer
and G. Wilson: Elbow Room, the story of John Sydney Brocklesby, Arts and
Crafts Architect, 1984.
Listing NGR: TG1156143128
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Source: English Heritage
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