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Description: Ruins of Trowse Newton Hall
Date Listed: 21 October 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 227242
OS Grid Reference: TG2534507846
OS Grid Coordinates: 625345, 307846
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6216, 1.3278
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TROWSE WITH NEWTON WHITLINGHAM LANE
TG 20 NE
2/104 Ruins of Trowse Newton
Ruins of country house of Priors of Norwich, later of the Deans after dissolution,
later a farmhouse. Mid C15, demolished C.1860. Flint and brick with ashlar
dressings. No roof. Rectangular north range survives to first floor level with
stretch of north wall revealing coursed flint and brick chequerwork style. Jambs
of stone 4-centred window remain to east side of north wall with fragments of
Perpendicular tracery. Further west is a 4-centred hollow and wave moulded doorway.
West return of this range has 2 4-light window embrasures. Doorway to south return.
Here and there patches of masonry can be discurned leading south to main-entrance.
Large 4-centred ashlar doorway with double chamfered jambs and multiply wave moulded
Listing NGR: TG2534507846
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Source: English Heritage
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