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Description: Barningham House
Date Listed: 14 July 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 284357
OS Grid Reference: TL9660476463
OS Grid Coordinates: 596604, 276463
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3510, 0.8853
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TL 97 NE BARNINGHAM BARDWELL ROAD
1/4 Barninghain House
Former rectory. Early C19 with older core. White brick; fragments of timber-
framing; slate roofs, two-span, and hipped in part. 2 storeys and attics;
complex T-shaped form. Various internal chimney-stacks with plain shafts.
Range of 4 small-paned sash windows in deep reveals with gauged heads to
surrounds; 4 dormers with lead-covered rounded roofs and cheeks. Entrance
under a Tuscan portico in the angle between the main range and the south wing:
door with 2 3-panelled leaves, partly glazed, below a semi-circular traceried
fanlight. Plain mutule cornice. The long south wing is partly brick-faced
over timber framing and has C18 features: ornate paired wooden modillion
cornice; string-course, and 3 full-height pilasters with Ionic capitals
between the windows on the south face. On the west end of the wing, a single-
storey semi-circular added bay with a flat roof and 3 small-paned sash windows
extending to ground level. At the north end of the house, some old casement
windows with square-leaded panes. The interior has remains of a smaller,
timber-framed house in the rear of the main range, and the south wing contains
mid-C18 features: panelled shutters, and 6-panelled doors embellished with
Listing NGR: TL9660476463
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Source: English Heritage
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