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Description: Southrepps Hall
Date Listed: 20 February 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 224713
OS Grid Reference: TG2418737064
OS Grid Coordinates: 624187, 337064
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8843, 1.3307
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TG 23 NW SOUTHREPPS HALL ROAD
3/51 Southrepps Hall
House. Early C18. Brick and flint; smut pantile roof. Rectangular in plan,
originally with rear stair bay under catslide roof, now a continuous
extension with further C19 and C20 additions to rear and single storey C20
extension to side. Facade of 7 bays, 2 storeys and attic. Rusticated
quoins. Centre 3 bays project slightly. Central double-leaved doors each
of 3 raised panels; surround with rusticated pilasters, keystone and moulded
pediment all of painted brick. Sash windows with glazing bars under flat
rubbed brick arches. Central window to first floor has rusticated surround;
the two flanking windows have a moulded arch. All first floor windows have
a flat wooden hood on brackets. Moulded brick modillions to eaves cornice.
3 attic sashes with moulded timber pediments. Parapet gables. 2 gable end
stacks. Lefthand gable has 2 C20 semi-circular headed openings to the
ground floor; 2 original oval openings to first floor with central oval
glazing bars and 4 radial bars. Rusticated quoins. Returns of front and
rear cornices continue into moulded brick platband. Small attic light.
Right hand gable wall rendered below platband; flint above. Interior.
Entrance hall with stone flagging. Stone fireplace with shouldered architrave
and pulvinated frieze; plasterwork panel to overmantle. Door surrounds with
shouldered architraves; doors of 6 raised and fielded panels with a beaded
muntin. Ceiling cornice with egg-and-dart moulding. Rear stair hall now
with passage running axially from it. Open-well stair; open string with
decorative tread ends. Pine balusters, alternating fluted and plain columns,
a pair per tread. Ramped and wreathed pine handrail. Egg-and-dart cornice
to stair well with modillions supporting coved ceiling with decorative plaster
panels. Archways from upper hall with panelled pine reveals and elliptical
heads. Beechlands Farmhouse item No.10/42 q.v.
Listing NGR: TG2418737064
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