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Description: Hall Farmhouse
Date Listed: 15 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 224665
OS Grid Reference: TG2775436519
OS Grid Coordinates: 627754, 336519
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8779, 1.3832
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TG 23 NE GIMINGHAM HALL ROAD
4/4 Hall Farmhouse
House. Dated 1752 on south gable, with remains of earlier work. Flint
with stone and brick dressings, English bond brick and C18 brick. Pantiled
roof. Irregular plan. South front of 2 bays, 2 storeys in flint. First
bay has tripartite sash with glazing bars and horns, over an earlier blocked
opening. C19 parapeted porch of flint with gault brick dressings to second
bay. Semicircular headed doorway; part-glazed door. First bay of upper
floor has tripartite sash with glazing bars; sash with glazing bars over
porch. All windows have brick reveals. Projecting forward from right hand
end of this range is a 2-bay, 2-storey wing with C20 brick repair. C20
casement in earlier opening, tripartite sash above. Remains of earlier
blocked openings on both floors. 2-light mullioned window to upper floor.
Gable wall of this wing has one similar tripartite sash each to ground and
first floors. Quoins of right hand corner are stone. Projecting east from
this wing is a lower 2-storey range of flint with stone quoins; one C19
casement in part-blocked openings with remains of rendered reveals. Eaves
raised in C18. Eastern gable wall of facade in English bond brick again
with tripartite sashes; eaves raised in C18. 6-light sash with glazing
bars to attic. Rendered quoins. Catslide to rear; stone quoins to right
Listing NGR: TG2775436519
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Source: English Heritage
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