Description: Crofts Place
Date Listed: 2 September 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 283822
OS Grid Reference: TL8057463381
OS Grid Coordinates: 580574, 263381
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2390, 0.6432
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TL 86 SW LITTLE SAXHAM BURY ROAD
6/116 Crofts Place
House, late C16 with major mid-C19 alterations, 2 storeys, attics. Timber-
framed, cased in red brick and extended to east and west. Plain clay tiled
roof. Mid C19 sash windows and casements with brick label moulds. Western.
added C19 bay has an oriel on brick-corbelled cill; another gabled, with
decorative timber framing, on brackets. C19 2-storey brick entrance porch.
Timber-framed 5-bay core has close-studding, diamond-mullioned blocked windows,
and clasped-purlin roof with wind-bracing. The house stands outside the moated
site of Little Saxham Hall (built c.1530, demolished 1773). To the north and
east are sections of good C16 or C17 red brick wall, also a 2-arched bridge
over the moat in poor condition,and not of special interest
Listing NGR: TL8057463381
Source: English Heritage
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