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Date Listed: 14 April 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 280953
OS Grid Reference: TM1384676466
OS Grid Coordinates: 613846, 276466
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3445, 1.1380
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BROME RECTORY ROAD
TM 17 NW
Hotel, formerly the rectory. Substantially rebuilt 1849-50 for Rev. George
Paterson, incorporating earlier work to the north, principally C16. Complex
plan with 2-span main range and flanking wings. Stucco on brick; C16 wing is
timber framed, with exposed studding on the front gable end. Roof of mid C20
concrete plaintiles. Ridge tiles. Ornamental bargeboards with spike finials.
2 storeys with attics. Older work has early C19 casement windows with
trefoil-headed lights and sunk spandrels, the wing to the right screening the
service accommodation. Mid C19 section has small-paned sash windows of one
and 2 lights. Gabled porch: 4-centre arched 4-panel door in 2 leaves, the
spandrels carved with vine foliage; over the doorway a lozenge panel with a
design in tiles. Mid C19 conservatory to left return. 4 stacks with groups
of detached flues with Tudor style moulded brick ornament. C16 wing has a
ceiling with moulded beams and joists; on the upper floor there is some good
close studding. The rear portion of this wing has been considerably altered
and re-roofed. Mid C19 well stair with twisted balusters, chamfered square
newels with Jacobean-style pierced finials and a ramped handrail. Some
Gothic-style woodwork incorporating panels of stained glass. Around the
periphery of the stairwell ceiling and lantern is a succession of mottoes.
Listing NGR: TM1384676466
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Source: English Heritage
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