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Description: Weavers Mark
Date Listed: 29 July 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 280348
OS Grid Reference: TM1163978440
OS Grid Coordinates: 611639, 278440
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3631, 1.1069
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PALGRAVE A143 (SOUTH SIDE)
5/59 Weavers Mark (formerly
29.7.55 listed as Holly House)
House. Mid C16, part rebuilt and extended in early to mid C17, altered C19.
Timber frame, plastered. Steeply pitched machine tiled and glazed pantiled
roofs. A T on plan with early 3 bay service cross wing to left and later 2
cell lobby entry hall and parlour range to right. 2 storeys and attics.
Ground floor of later range; plinth, 8-light C19 mullion and transom
casements, octagonal lozenge leaded lights, central entrance in a closed
gabled C19 porch, architraved panelled door, leaded fanlight, wavy
bargeboards. First floor: similar cross casements with a small latticed 2-
light casement over porch, pargetted fleur-de-lys and Lion and Unicorn panels
inserted. Boxed eaves. Large axial stack with a recessed panel in base,
sawtooth shaft. Service wing to left projects forward with a slightly taller
ridge. Ground floor 8-light casement as on main range with flanking C20
glazing exposing original 4-light diamond mullioned openings. First floor
cross and attic 2-light leaded casements, bargeboarded gable. Inner return
first floor 2-light cavetto mullioned window. Left return of cross wing has
scattered C20 casements, some exposing early cavetto and ovolo mullions. Wing
extended by 1 bay to rear in C17 with a rear gable end internal stack,
sawtooth shaft. Attached to rear is a 1 storey outbuilding. To rear inner
return of cross wing are cavetto and ovolo mullioned windows. Main range to
rear has a central 2 storey gabled stair wing, leaded casements. Flanking C20
lean-to's. Interior: hall and parlour range has 3 chamfered brick Tudor
arched fireplaces, a timber bressumer to hall fireplace. Stop and run-out
chamfered axial binding beams, recently reused double hollow moulded joists.
An ovolo mullioned window in stair wing. Straight tension braces. Double
butt purlin roof with cambered collars. Service wing has shop chamfered axial
and cross axial binding beams, run-out chamfered joists. Close studding,
tension braces, jowled posts. Butt purlin roof with clasped purlins to rear
Listing NGR: TM1163978440
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Source: English Heritage
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