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Date Listed: 14 February 1992
English Heritage Building ID: 310136
OS Grid Reference: SZ6055986996
OS Grid Coordinates: 460559, 86996
Latitude/Longitude: 50.6795, -1.1442
SZ6087 MALL ROAD (West side)
House. Early C17, the deeds going back to 1630, refronted
c1720 and extended in 1912. Front elevation mainly grey
headers in header bond with red brick dressings part red brick
in header band, other elevations Isle of Wight stone rubble.
Tiled roof with 2 brick chimneystacks, with catslide to rear.
3-bay lobby entrance house of 2 storeys with 1 storey
right-hand extension. Brick cornice and platband. Two 16-pane
sashes with stone cills and rubbed brick voussoirs, but
left-hand ground floor window now a wooden casement.
Right-hand doorcase with flat C20 moulded wooden hood on
brackets, wooden pegged architrave and modern panelled door.
To right of this red brick header band section, part of
original C17 building but adapted to form the service end
c1720, with platband, C20 casements and one door with cambered
arch. 1912 1 storey extension added in stretcher band. Left
side elevation has gable end with kneelers and 1 small
rectangular window blocked near the ground floor. Interior has
timber-framed walls with square framing. Former kitchen has
the remains of a stone surround and brick circular bread oven
and the joists have lamb's tongue stops. Chamfered spine beam
and upright post with 2 roll mouldings. Hall has C18 cupboard.
Half-winder staircase. Some C17 3-plank doors with iron hinges
and an early C18 2 fielded panelled door with HL hinges. Lobby
has an early C18 trap door in the ceiling with butterfly
hinges. Roof has remains of wattle and daub infill but many
beams have been renewed. It was heightened c1720 when the
building was refronted.
Listing NGR: SZ6055986996
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