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Lammas Manor and Boundary Walls, Buxton with Lammas

Description: Lammas Manor and Boundary Walls

Grade: II
Date Listed: 19 January 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 227991

OS Grid Reference: TG2466423146
OS Grid Coordinates: 624664, 323146
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7592, 1.3282

Location: 4 Scottow Road, Lamas NR10 5JQ

Locality: Buxton with Lammas
Local Authority: Broadland District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR10 5JQ

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Listing Text

(north side)

6/31 Lammas Manor and
19/1/52 boundary walls.
(Formerly listed as Old Hall)


House. C16 and later : dated 1525 in dark brick in east gable. Red brick
with some diaper patterning; steeply-pitched pantile roofs. Two storeys and
attics; L-shaped plan. North facade with cross-casement windows with leaded
glazing. Windows irregularly-spaced; rubbed brick arches over ground floor
openings. Lower range to east with off-centre chimney stack with four octa-
gonal shafts, moulded bases and linked caps. Moulded brick eaves course,
crow-stepped east gable with internal chimney stack. West range has traces
of diapering; blocked openings with rubbed brick arches. Parapeted and coped
gables with moulded finials; stack at east gable with three square shafts
on moulded brick base. South facade has traces of diapering; attic gable
with large sun-dial. Two first floor casements, ground floor openings blocked
and altered. Projecting gabled stair turret off-centre with casements with
leaded glazing. 2½ storey range on right hand side: brickwork at ground floor
level projects and is pantiled. Three first floor mullioned windows with
plain, hollow chamfer and ovolo-moulded mullions (from west to east). Three
gabled dormers with two light casements. Openings much altered in south wing:
two and three light casements with some leaded glazing surviving. Four gabled
dormers. Parapeted gable with brick tumbling: gable chimney stack. Coped
red brick boundary wall on north and east sides.

Listing NGR: TG2466423146

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Source: English Heritage

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