Description: Newham House and the Two Medieval Arches in the Garden
Date Listed: 15 March 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 298778
OS Grid Reference: TQ1762311093
OS Grid Coordinates: 517623, 111093
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8874, -0.3291
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STEYNING SHEEP PEN LANE
Newham House and the
two medieval arches in the
(Formerly listed as
TQ 1711 24/163 15.5.55
Large L-shaped house. The oldest portions are the east wing and the north end
of the south wing. C17 or earlier, timber-framed but refaced. Queen-post roof
inside. The main or entrance fronts faces north and is an C18 refacing. Two
storeys. Three windows. Red brick. Wooden dentilled cornice. Brick parapet.
Glazing bars intact. Two storeyed porch with four-centred stone doorway. Horsham
slab roof. The south front of the east wing has been refaced with modern brick
and tiles and has modern windows. Gable at east end. The south end of the south
wing is of higher elevation than the remainder. C18. Two storeys and attic.
Two windows. Red brick with tile-hung half-nipped gable. Two sash windows with
glazing bars on first floor. French windows below with semi-circular fanlights.
To the cast of the end of this wing is a medieval stone arch in the garden with
two cinque-foil-headed divisions and a stone mullion between. There is another
similar archway in the front garden. These were originally windows in the south
aisle of theparish church which were removed here when this was demolished.
Listing NGR: TQ1762311093
Source: English Heritage
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