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Hill Farmhouse, Flixton

Description: Hill Farmhouse

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 27 April 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 282262

OS Grid Reference: TM3140487151
OS Grid Coordinates: 631404, 287151
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4333, 1.4027

Location: Flixton, Suffolk NR35 1NZ

Locality: Flixton
Local Authority: Waveney District Council
County: Suffolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR35 1NZ

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Listing Text

TM 38 NW
2/2 Hill Farmhouse

- II*

Farmhouse. Early C16 and early C17. 2 storeys and attics. Timber-framed and
rendered; plaintiles; a jetty along the south-west gable with supporting
brackets, and a projecting tie-beam at eaves level above. An internal
chimney-stack has 2 rebuilt square red brick shafts with large attached heads
set on an older base. Irregular fenestration: a 3-light casement window to
each storey, and 2 smaller 3-light casements on the ground floor, all probably
Edwardian. A late C19 colourwashed brick porch: gables, plaintiles, fluted
barge-boards, spike finial, chamfered and arched door surround; plank door.
Very fine interior in 2 distinct sections. At the south-west end a 2-bay
parlour with multiple roll-mouldings to main beam and joists and run-off
stops. The mouldings continued down the main posts, but have been cut away.
The boarding between the joists is unplastered. The fireplace lintel has a
matching multiple roll-moulding. In the gable-end are 2 high 5-light windows
with moulded mullions, partly damaged, which originally flanked a longer
central window, now replaced. The room above, now divided up, has the main
cross beams and cornice all heavily moulded, and in the gable 2 unusual outer
windows with arched spandrels to the heads, possibly initially flanking an
oriel. Good 2-bay roof, with arched braces to the collars and collar purlins.
Including the chimney-bay, these 3 bays form the oldest surviving part of the
house, which must have been added to an earlier hall range. The fireplace
lintel on the north-east side of the stack has a moulding matching that in the
parlour, but there is a join in the frame, with 2 trusses next to each other,
on the line of the stack, and the remaining 2 bays are an early C17
replacement: heavy unchamfered joists and chamfered main beam; moulded post-
heads; roof with closely-set principal rafters.

Listing NGR: TM3140487151

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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