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Ivy Farmhouse, Ketteringham

Description: Ivy Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 26 October 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 226982

OS Grid Reference: TG1665003420
OS Grid Coordinates: 616650, 303420
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5854, 1.1966

Location: The Street, Ketteringham, Norfolk NR18 9RU

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

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Listing Text

(south side)
5/97 Ivy Farmhouse


Farmhouse, C16 and C17, with early C19 addition, timberframed, clay lump,
rendered and colourwashed; pantiles. Single range in two builds. To left,
2 cells with central chimney bay and axial stack; to right lower range of
3 cells and chimney bay, 1½ storeys, steeper pitched roof. Left range with
late C20 rendered lean-to to chimney bay; end internal stack to left; 3-
light casements to ground and first floor of both cells, doorway to right
of second cell with C19 gabled porch in wood having wavy bargeboards and
slatted sides. Interior: cell 2 with C16 moulded central and cross beams
to ground floor; right end partition wall with timber studs and cross brace.
Rear of first floor with wall plates and timber framing. 2-tier roof of
butt purlins and collars. Right Range: high brick plinth, timberframed
above, rendered and colourwashed. Off-centre axial stack to-left; 3-light
casements to first and second cells, second cell with small inserted 2-light
casement to right; third cell with doorway to left having single light to
right. 3 inserted gabled dormers with casements and pantiles. Interior:
first cell with heavy tie beam and joists; timber studs and wall-plate
visible to rear of first floor. 2-tier roof of half staggered purlins and
collars. Clay lump outshut additions to rear. C19 wing to west to rear
of left range; c.1830, colourwashed brick, slate hipped roof of shallow
pitch; single bay, 2 storeys. Recessed sashes with glazing bars, that to
ground floor of 6 large panes, gauged brick flat arches; right return with
similar sash to ground floor, doorway to right with flat canopy supported
by console brackets. Narrow stair sash with glazing bars above.

Listing NGR: TG1665003420

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Source: English Heritage

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