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Dairy Farmhouse, St Andrew, Ilketshall

Description: Dairy Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 27 August 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 282226

OS Grid Reference: TM3748686937
OS Grid Coordinates: 637486, 286937
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4288, 1.4919

Location: Great Common Lane, St Andrew Ilketshall, Suffolk NR34 8JB

Locality: St Andrew, Ilketshall
Local Authority: Waveney District Council
County: Suffolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR34 8JB

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Listing Text

TM 38 NE
- Dairy Farmhouse
Farmhouse. Circa 1600, with later additions. 2 storeys and attics to part, 2
storeys and I½ storeys to remainder. Timber-framed and rendered; clay
pantiles to main range; late C19 red brick, dentil cornice, and black glazed
pantiles to the lower part on the west. On the east, a red brick gable-end
incorporating a chimney-stack: the bricks are laid in English Bond, with signs
of alteration and repair; a later doorway and window have been inserted, and a
small upper original window, with brick mullions, blocked. A later stack with
a plain red brick shaft is at the junction of the 2 halves of the house.
Projecting forward from the west end is a small C18 13-storey timber-framed
wing, rendered, with black glazed pantiles, which formerly had a cellar below.
Old 3-light casement windows with transomes, pintle hinges, and the hooks for
former external shutters; door with 4 flush panels, the top 2 glazed. Good,
plain timbering exposed inside, mainly on the upper floor; arched braces in
the side walls; some blocked original windows; a main beam on the ground floor
with ovolo-moulding. Roof in 5 bays, with clasped and unstepped butt purlins,
and cambered collars. The basic plan is apparently of a 2-cell end chimney
house, with the present entry in its original position, but the arrangement at
the west end is not clear: a deep, narrow beam in front of the stack on each
floor, and a small section of framing beyond it, indicate that the house
extended further westwards, probably with a smoke-bay. The late C19 extension
further west is a reconstruction of earlier timber-framing: the chimney-stack
has C17 and C18 brick in it, and an unusual pair of faggot ovens, one above
the other, all of which antedate the brick exterior.

Listing NGR: TM3748686937

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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