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Mill House, Sproughton

Description: Mill House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 29 January 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 277375

OS Grid Reference: TM1247745079
OS Grid Coordinates: 612477, 245079
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0633, 1.0983

Location: 29 Lower Street, Sproughton, Suffolk IP8 3AA

Locality: Sproughton
Local Authority: Babergh District Council
County: Suffolk
Country: England
Postcode: IP8 3AA

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Listing Text

5/47 Mill House
House, formerly divided into cottages. Circa 1600, later C17, C19 and later.
Timber framed, rendered, brick, some colourwashed. Marley tile roofs. Long 2
storey range with cellars, probably of 2 builds. Scattered fenestration, the ground
floor mostly 3-light timber casements, the first floor metal casements. Part glazed
4-panel door under brick gabled porch, between this range and cross wing. Axial
brick stack the roof line breaking at the stack. Taller 2 storey crosswing, the
front timber framed encased in brick, early C19 when extended to rear. 3-light
timber casement to ground and first floor, internally the ground floor window
retains its sliding shutter. Left return. 2 sashes with glazing bars to each
floor,some C20, all beneath segmental arches. Dentil course at eaves. Axial brick
stack. Interior; some exposed frame with some reused timber. Large stack with
inglenook fireplaces each side, one with faggot oven, chamfered bressummers and
beams. Flat and square joists, some of pine.

Listing NGR: TM1247745079

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Source: English Heritage

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