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Granary to West of Barn, Spixworth

Description: Granary to West of Barn

Grade: II
Date Listed: 27 February 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 228128

OS Grid Reference: TG2374015230
OS Grid Coordinates: 623740, 315230
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6885, 1.3091

Location: Spixworth, Norfolk NR10 3PU

Locality: Spixworth
Local Authority: Broadland District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR10 3PU

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Listing Text

(south side)
Granary to west of


Former granary to Spixworth Hall. Dated 1730 on sundial panel on south wall.
Red brick with vertical patterning in dark headers; steeply-pitched pantile
roof. Two storeys. Symmetrical south facade of five bays, centre bay advanced
under a shaped gable. Gable contains clock dial in circular stone surround
above square stone sundial. Square window openings with rubbed brick arches,
ground floor openings altered. Iron ventilation grilles in first floor
openings. Central doorway with semi-circular head; rusticated gault brick
dressings. Inside porch, three doorways with four-centred heads and spandrels.
Doorway (to winding stair) with rectangular fanlight. Platband at first floor
level. Shaped east and west gables, west gable with weather vane. Blocked
attic window opening and platband on west gable. Central octagonal bell-cote
with ogee-headed dome and finial. Later wing to north with hipped roof;
Iunettes and semi-circular headed openings. ........ .. .

Listing NGR: TG2374015230

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Source: English Heritage

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