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Description: Nether Hall
Date Listed: 15 November 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 283686
OS Grid Reference: TL9267866886
OS Grid Coordinates: 592678, 266886
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2664, 0.8222
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TL 96 NW PAKENHAM THE STREET
2/100 Nether Hall
On common boundary of the Parishes of Pakenham (Borough of St Edmumsbury) and
Thurston (District of Mid Suffolk) and previously listed on 15 November 1954
in the Parish of Thurston under Pakenham Road.
Wing added to Nether Hall on north-east. 1901 by Philip Webb. 2 storeys. Red
brick, pantiles, string course. 2 internal chimney stacks with plain shafts and
corbelled heads. 6 windows: 2-light casements in flush frames with cambered
heads. 3 larger 2-light casements to upper storey: all windows with square-
leaded panes. 3 gabled cross wings at rear, and a 4-storey crenellated brick
tower containing water tanks. The parish boundary between Pakenham and
Thurston goes through Nether Hall, and the main part of the house (c.1600,
altered and enlarged 1875) is listed under Thurston parish, Mid Suffolk
Listing NGR: TL9265366884
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Source: English Heritage
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