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Village Hall and Hall Farm House Forecourt, Old Catton

Description: Village Hall and Hall Farm House Forecourt

Grade: II
Date Listed: 27 February 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 228105

OS Grid Reference: TG2314412206
OS Grid Coordinates: 623144, 312206
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6616, 1.2983

Locality: Old Catton
Local Authority: Broadland District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR6 7DJ

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Listing Text

6/6 Village Hall and
Hall Farm House


Former orangery, late C18, and later farm house of gault brick and
stucco with concrete smut tile roof. Double pile with C20 addi-
tions to east and west. Facade of Village Hall to south, 5 bays,
with Ionic pilasters and plain timber cornice and entablature.
Between the pilasters, C20 sash windows with glazing bars and semi-
circular heads with keyblocks in the form of masks. Central
inserted C20 doors, with fanlight with glazing bars. To its south,
a shallow stone paved area said to be a skating rink. The northern
pile is the farm house of the Model Farm. North elevation
3 windows, with off centre entrance door, and large 3 and 4 light
casement windows set in reveals with segmental arched recesses.
Inserted flush panelled door with fanlight with glazing bars.
Window to the right has 'Gothick' tracery. 2 light casements to
first floor. Corbelled brick eaves, hipped roofs, and stack in
central valley. Included for group value with Catton Hall.

Listing NGR: TG2314412206

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Source: English Heritage

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