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Farmbuilding Circa 5 Yards North West of Alderton Hall, Alderton

Description: Farmbuilding Circa 5 Yards North West of Alderton Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 16 March 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 285371

OS Grid Reference: TM3418741642
OS Grid Coordinates: 634187, 241642
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0237, 1.4121

Location: Woodbridge Road, Alderton, Suffolk IP12 3BL

Locality: Alderton
Local Authority: Suffolk Coastal District Council
County: Suffolk
Country: England
Postcode: IP12 3BL

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Listing Text

TM 34 SW
(South Side)
10/9 Farmbuilding c.5 yards
16/3/66 north west of Alderton
Hall (formerly listed
as Farm Building at
Alderton Hall Farm)
Farmbuilding. C17 or earlier. Rubble flint with ashlar and brick dressing
and a pantile roof. Two storeys. Yard front: cambered-headed opening at
right with stable door. Square-headed opening at left with a wooden lintel
and a loft door to the first floor at right set in a brick surround, as is
the stable door directly below. To right of this is a single-storey range
of buildings which are not included as part of this item. The left hand
gable end has a diagonal buttress at right which dies back via an ashlar
offset and has ashlar quoins above this. To the left at ground floor level
is a projecting gabled shed which is not included as part of this item. To
the first floor above this are two blocked openings at first floor level
and a blocked opening to the gable which has a chamfered ashlar surround.
Rear: lean-to outshut of C19 date with catslide roof masking the rear wall.

Interior: chamfered oak ceiling beams to the ground floor. Further,
blocked openings showing in the wall. The former function of this building
is not clear. It may be a priest's house, or, alternatively a later
building using mediaeval stonework taken from the collapsed church tower

Listing NGR: TM3418741642

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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