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Description: Lanwades Hall
Date Listed: 26 June 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 275627
OS Grid Reference: TL6952266169
OS Grid Coordinates: 569522, 266169
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2675, 0.4829
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TL 66 NE MOULTON NEWMARKET ROAD,
2/67 Lanwades Hall
Trust headquarters. Formerly large country house. C.1907, for
James Larnack, J.P. In the form of a large Tudor manor house,
with details in the Tudorbethan style. Mainly 2 storeys and
attics; a 4-storey tower to right. Red brick with buff limestone
dressings; a Flemish gable to left and crow-stepped gable to
right of the hall range; parapets crenellated with limestone
copings and cornice. Plain tiled roofs with groups of prominent
red brick chimneys in the C16 style; the best examples have 3
circular shafts having moulded brick sunk panels, star-tops and
moulded octagonal bases. Mullioned and transomed windows with
moulded limestone frames, some hood-moulded. Each light has an
arched head and leaded casements. A 2-storey splayed bay in the
manner of a C16 oriel, of limestone with traceried heads to each
light. A 2-storey flat-roofed entrance porch with arched and
hood-moulded doorway of limestone, and framed and boarded oak
entrance door. The internal spaces of interest include the
dining room, staircase and reception hall, which have good oak
joinery in the C16 manner. King Edward VII stayed at Lanwades
Hall while attending the Newmarket Races.
Listing NGR: TL6952266169
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Source: English Heritage
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