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Fleming's Hall, Bedingfield

Description: Fleming's Hall

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 29 July 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 281307

OS Grid Reference: TM1924967788
OS Grid Coordinates: 619249, 267788
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2645, 1.2116

Location: Hall Road, Bedingfield, Suffolk IP23 7QF

Locality: Bedingfield
Local Authority: Mid Suffolk District Council
County: Suffolk
Country: England
Postcode: IP23 7QF

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Listing Text

TM 16 NE
4/26 Fleming's Hall
(formerly listed as Fleming's
29.7.55 Hall and barns)

- II*
Manor house. Probably medieval core, largely rebuilt C16 in 2 or more phases.
Interior altered mid C20 with much mainly C16-early C17 work brought from
elsewhere. Single storey C20 rear additions. A single long impressive range.
Timber framed, the ground floor of the facade faced in red brick of c.1700
with later patching, the first floor plastered with exposed studding, now
mostly replaced by mid C20 applied timbers. Rear part plastered, part exposed
studding. Fine shaped gable ends of c.1600, of red brick laid in English
bond; each has corbelled eaves with spike pinnacles and a good integral stack
of 4 octagonal shafts with moulded bases and caps. A further stack against
the rear wall with 2 octagonal shafts, the upper part rebuilt. 2 storeys and
attics. C20 reproduction windows: mullion and transom pattern to ground
floor, mullioned to upper floor; all have diamond-leaded glass. Fine late C16
2-storey porch, just to left of centre, in cross-entry position: red brick
facade, close-studded sides. Moulded 4-centre arched entrance with moulded
and pedimented surround. 3-light mullion and transom first floor window in
brick, also pedimented, with traces of stucco. Crowstepped gable with
stuccoed spike pinnacles at base and apex; within the gable is a small
circular window. Within the porch is a C16 doorframe and plank door with
panelled face. Gable ends have paired 3-light mullion and transom brick
windows on ground and first floor, all with hoodmoulds; at attic level is a
pair of small oval windows, pointed at the top. Left gable end altered on
ground floor, the windows removed. Interior. Some C16 framing is exposed,
notably the close-studded upper end wall of the hall. The hall ceiling has 2½
bays of narrow on-edge joists. Dog-leg stair with solid treads; the
balustrading incorporates re-used C16 and C17 material. Fireplaces have
depressed brick arches, 2 stuccoed. Roof over hall chamber has clasped and
butt purlins, with arched wind-bracing; 2 tie beams carry long slender square
crown-posts with 2-way collar bracing. Items introduced from elsewhere
include overmantels, panelling and carved doorways. Encircling medieval moat.
Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, pp.167-9.

Listing NGR: TM1924967788

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Source: English Heritage

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