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Highfield House, Hasketon

Description: Highfield House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 16 March 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 285472

OS Grid Reference: TM2528851524
OS Grid Coordinates: 625288, 251524
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1161, 1.2891

Location: Boulge Road, Hasketon, Suffolk IP13 6JT

Locality: Hasketon
Local Authority: Suffolk Coastal District Council
County: Suffolk
Country: England
Postcode: IP13 6JT

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Listing Text

TM 25 SE
(East Side)
3/106 Highfield House
House. Early C17, early C19 and mid C19. Timber framed with a skin of
Flemish bond brick and a plain tiled roof. Two storeys and 2 storeys with
attic. Entrance front: at left is the early-C17 range faced in C19 brick
and at right of this, rising higher, is the early-C19 portion from which
the lower mid-C19 gabled wing projects. This has 2 bays with ground floor
sash windows of 3x4 panes with cambered heads and similar first floor
windows with decorative bargeboards to the gable. Recessed and in the
re-entrant angle at left is an entrance porch having a door of 6 panels
with fanlight. Immediately at left of this is a late-C19 lean-to with
crow-stepped gablet and at left of this is the C16 range which has a C20
classical door surround at left with a 6-panel door with pedimental head
masking an earlier flat-arched head of rubbed brick. To left of this is a
2-light C20 casement with cement lintel and at right is a blocked window
with splayed head which has a doorway at right now partially blocked and
housing a 2-light C20 casement. To the first floor at right is a 2-light
metal-framed C20 casement and to left a single-light casement. Cogged band
below the eaves. The C17 portion has an axial ridge stack at right of
centre and the mid-C19 wing has a stack at rear of its ridge and a further
one at right. Right hand side: to the ground floor at left is a 2-light
casement with C20 metal frames and cement lintel and at left of this in the
early C19 portion is a ground floor 3-light C20 window. Dividing the
floors is a band of 3 bricks depth and to the first floor is a further 3-
light C20 metal-framed window with cement lintel. Left hand gable end: to
the ground floor are two 2-light casements and at first floor level a 2-
light casement. Rear: the C17 portion at right has at right, a projecting
wing with a single-pitch roof and at left of this a cambered-headed doorway
with a glazed door. Two-light casement to first floor with a cambered
head. To left of this is a slightly projecting portion of walling to a 2-
light ground floor casement with cambered head and a similar first floor
window. Above these at attic level are 2 raking dormer windows, each
having 2 casement lights. The early-C19 portion, flush with the refaced
C16 range, has a band of 3 bricks depth between the floors and at ground
floor right a door of 6 panels with an added pedimental porch supported on
brackets. Horned sash window to left of this of 2 x 2 panes and two sash
windows at first floor level of 2 x 4 panes and two sash windows at first
floor level of 3 x 4 panes, with flat-arched heads.

Interior: Massive chamfered ceiling beams to the C16 portion. Baffle-entry
plan with winder staircases, arched braces supported on jowled wall posts.
Pargetting in one first floor room showing fleur de lys in a moulded
plaster surround. To the early C19 portion is a staircase with stick
balusters, moulded newel and moulded handrail. Ribbed door surrounds with
paterae to the upper corners.

Listing NGR: TM2528851524

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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