Description: Lawshall Hall
Date Listed: 10 January 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 278093
OS Grid Reference: TL8633354290
OS Grid Coordinates: 586333, 254290
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1554, 0.7224
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5377 (North Side)
TL 85 SE 4/303 10.1.53.
A mid C16 red brick house with some blue brick diapering, built on a T
shaped plan, with the older wing extending north-west. The house is said
to have been part of an old monastery and has massive brick walls said
to be 6 ft thick in places. The north-west end of the front wing there
is part of the original wall (the gable is modern), with 2 small stone
framed windows and a Tudor arched doorway with a square hood mould. The
house is a great deal altered and was refronted on the south-west front
in the C19 with 3 window range of double-hung sashes. The north-east
wing has some original 3-light mullioned and transomed windows (brick),
partly blocked. Roof tiled. (C20). The house is dated 1557 with the
arms of the Drury's. Queen Elizabeth I is said to have stayed here in
Listing NGR: TL8633354290
Source: English Heritage
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