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Kitchen Garden Walls at Ketteringham Hall Including Gardener's Cottage and Lofted Gazebo, Ketteringham

Description: Kitchen Garden Walls at Ketteringham Hall Including Gardener's Cottage and Lofted Gazebo

Grade: II
Date Listed: 26 October 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 226976

OS Grid Reference: TG1639602466
OS Grid Coordinates: 616396, 302466
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5769, 1.1923

Location: Church Road, Ketteringham, Norfolk NR18 9RS

Locality: Ketteringham
Local Authority: South Norfolk District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR18 9RS

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Listing Text


5/91 Kitchen garden walls
at Ketteringham Hall
including Gardener's
Cottage and Lofted


Kitchen garden walls, C18, red brick in Flemish bond. 3 sides of rectangle.
Embattled parapet, and gateway to south-east dated 1886, for Sir Francis
Boileau; gateway in Renaissance style with semi-circular headed arch having
2 shafts either side in pink stone; broken segmental pediment with ball
finial and pulvinated frieze. Upper part of gate of decorative wrought
iron incorporating acorns and oak leaves. Gardener's Cottage: late C18,
within south-west angle of walls: red brick, slate roof, octagonal, 2 storeys
with octagonal roof; 1½ storeyed single bay wings along walls to north-east
and south-east, hipped slate roofs, recessed sashes with glazing bars, gauged
brick flat arches. Lofted Gazebo: within south-east angle of walls dated
1898, for Sir Francis Boileau. Red brick, plain tiles with decorative
courses. Square, 1 storey and loft, pyramidal roof with elaborate wrought
iron scroll work finial. Stack to south-east having shaft with decorative
head and pointed cap bricks, brick dentil cornice; ground floor with 2
pointed openings with stepped recesses, leaded lights, one opening and
similar doorway to north-west. Loft with 2 bulls eyes in square recesses
to both garden faces. Facades outside kitchen garden: to south-west with
window to loft with leaded lights, to south-east with plaque dated 1898
and initials FGMB. Interior: fireplace to south-east; access to loft by

Listing NGR: TG1639602466

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Source: English Heritage

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