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Description: Newplace Farmhouse
Date Listed: 12 October 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 297708
OS Grid Reference: TQ0631805578
OS Grid Coordinates: 506318, 105578
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8400, -0.4914
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TQ 00 NE ANGMERING ARUNDEL ROAD
10/106 (south side)
Newplace Farmhouse (Nos
GV 200, 201 and 202)
The only surviving portion of a large house built by Sir Thomas Palmer in the late C16
and early C17. Three storeys and attic in gable end. Five windows. Red brick. The
lower fringe of the roof is of Horsham slabs the remainder tiled. In the centre is a
projection with a doorway and window above. On each side of this are two tall blocked
four-centred archways rising to the height of two storeys. On the second floor is an
original window of two tiers of six lights with wooden mullions and transom and one
tiny lancet window. Other windows modern casements. One modern buttress.
Listing NGR: TQ0631805578
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Source: English Heritage
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