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Description: Martlesham Hall
Date Listed: 12 July 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 285038
OS Grid Reference: TM2619646845
OS Grid Coordinates: 626196, 246845
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0737, 1.2993
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TM 24 NE MARTLESHAM CHURCH LANE
2/11 Martlesham Hall
House, early C19, rebuilt around older timber framed core which burnt down. Red
brick in Tudor style with plain tile roofs and stone parapets. 4 hexagonal
chimney stacks in cluster. Modified 'E' plan. 2½ storeys. North elevation
has 2 storey entrance porch asymmetrically placed with parapeted gable and
plain tiled roof. Left of porch are 2 gable dormers of similar design, to the
right is a brick stack with 2 hexagonal attached chimneys. Porch has central
first floor window opening with moulded drip moulds and jambs: sashes with
glazing bars; 2 similar windows below dormers. Entrance doorway with moulded
brick 3 centred arch and jambs with drip mould. Above is a coat of arms.
Moulded boarded door. There is a moulded brick 3 sided oriel window to east
wing with sash windows with glazing bars.
Listing NGR: TM2619646845
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Source: English Heritage
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