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Description: The Great Hall
Date Listed: 5 June 1972
English Heritage Building ID: 229361
OS Grid Reference: TG2260309436
OS Grid Coordinates: 622603, 309436
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6370, 1.2884
TG 2209 SE OAK STREET
10/593 (west side)
The Great Hall
5.6.72. (formerly listed as
No 123 Oak Street)
Former hall-house now workshop. C15 altered in C17. Renovated in C20.
Flint with some brick dressings. Pantile roof. Set back from and at
right angles to street-line. 2 storeys. South elevation:- Scattered
fenestration. Blocked door at extreme left-side with moulded 4-centre
arch and plain spandrels. Central projecting bay in place of C15 oriel
window extended to right. Off-centre door with 2-light window to the
right and 5-light frieze window above. 6-light frieze window above door
at first floor. C17 stair-window to right-side. North elevation:- large
12-light mullion and transome ground floor window and 2 first floor frieze
windows. Interior:- Full height oriel arch with 4-centre arch and 3
orders of mouldings. Queen-post roof partly remade in the C20.
Listing NGR: TG2260309436
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Source: English Heritage
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