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Halland Park Farmhouse, East Hoathly with Halland

Description: Halland Park Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 August 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 295459

OS Grid Reference: TQ5114515958
OS Grid Coordinates: 551145, 115958
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9233, 0.1491

Location: East Hoathly, East Sussex BN8 6RB

Locality: East Hoathly with Halland
Local Authority: Wealden District Council
County: East Sussex
Country: England
Postcode: BN8 6RB

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Listing Text

Halland Park Farmhouse
TQ 51 NW 6/562 30.8.66


In 1595 Sir Thomas Pelham built a mansion here known as Halland House which
succeeded Laughton Place as the principal residence of the Pelham family.
But after the death of the Duke of Newcastle in 1768 it was dismantled by
Lord Pelham, (qv 6/855). Immediately to the south-west of these remains is
an L-shaped farmhouse largely built by Lord Pelham about 1770 with materials
from the old house, though with some older work inside. Three storeys. Three
windows. Painted brick. Hipped tiled roof. Glazing bars intact. Inside
porch with pediment containing doorway in moulded architrave surround with
rectangular fanlight and flat hood over on brackets. Over the centre first
floor window is a triangular headed panel containing the Pelham arms and the
date 1595, the year in which Halland House was built. The L-wing behind of
red brick with a lower elevation and 3 windows facing south-west contains
older work than the main portion of the house and must have been some subsidiary
portion attached to Halland House.

Listing NGR: TQ5114515958

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Source: English Heritage

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