Description: Pound Farmhouse and Garden Walls to South
Date Listed: 19 January 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 228019
OS Grid Reference: TG1980121165
OS Grid Coordinates: 619801, 321165
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7434, 1.2549
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TG 12 SE HEVINGHAM TOWN STREET
5/61 Pound Farmhouse and
19/1/52 Garden Walls to south.
(Formerly listed as Pound
Farm House, 1675, of colourwashed brick, red brick and smut pantiles. 'L'-
shaped plan of 2 storeys, rear wing double pile, front wing with attics.
Facade, 4 windows with central 6 panel, raised and fielded entrance door.
Door case with fluted pilasters, paterae stops and fluted frieze, under moulded
cornice. Brick plinth, moulded plat band and central shallow projection formed
with moulded brick pilasters with central plaque inscribed W.I.A. 1675.
Evidence of earlier window openings in facade which now has 2 C19 sash windows
with glazing bars and flat gauged brick arches to ground floor and 4 C19 sash
windows with glazing bars to first floor. Clasped brick pilasters at angles,
with moulded brick capitals. Moulded brick eaves. Moulded plat bands at
attic floor level on curved gables with internal end stacks. Rear wing, with
plinth, C20 casement windows with segmental brick arches. Corbelled brick
eaves, moulded brick kneelers and parapet gables with a blocked oculus in
each. Attached garden walls, 1675, to south east and south west, with plinth,
shallow piers and modillions supporting brick coping. Plain coping on south
Listing NGR: TG1980121165
Source: English Heritage
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