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Description: Boundary Wall, Gateway and Barn to West of Salhouse Hall
Date Listed: 16 May 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 228201
OS Grid Reference: TG3016914568
OS Grid Coordinates: 630169, 314568
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6799, 1.4036
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In the entry for SALHOUSE Boundary wall, gateway
6/68 and barn to east of
the address shall be amended to read Boundary Wall, gateway
and barn to west of
TG 31 SW SALHOUSE
6/68 Boundary wall, gateway
and barn to east of
Boundary wall and gateway to stable yard, incorporating south gable wall of
barn to west. C19, red brick with stone and gault brick dressings : elaborate
boundary wall to stable yard coped and castellated. False gable on east side
with octagonal angle turrets with castellated tops; one and two-light cusped
openings with chamfered gault brick surrounds; frieze of terra-cotta panels,
stepped string course, rectangular drips over openings, roll moulded parapet
and gable finial. Wall curves to north to link with gateway dated 1847 :
double-chamfered four-centred arch; castellated parapet on arched and cusped
corbel table. Two small flanking piers with gable finials with stone shields
inset above. Wall to west of gateway incorporating lean-to stones on north
side and south gable of four-stead barn : C19 red brick with sheet asbestos
roof. 2-light window with 'Y'-tracery in south gable. Roll-moulded coping
to gable parapets. Double doors on west side, flanked by staged buttresses.
Vent loops with cusped heads and chamfered gault brick reveals. North gable
has iron letters W Lean-to on east side. Boundary wall, gateway and
barn included for group value with Salhouse Hall.
Listing NGR: TG3016914568
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Source: English Heritage
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