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Charsfield Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Charsfield, Suffolk

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.1608 / 52°9'38"N

Longitude: 1.2683 / 1°16'6"E

OS Eastings: 623642

OS Northings: 256429

OS Grid: TM236564

Mapcode National: GBR VN0.HGW

Mapcode Global: VHLB8.XYWD

Entry Name: Charsfield Hall

Listing Date: 16 March 1966

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1030348

English Heritage Legacy ID: 286421

Location: Charsfield, Suffolk Coastal, Suffolk, IP13

County: Suffolk

District: Suffolk Coastal

Civil Parish: Charsfield

Traditional County: Suffolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Suffolk

Church of England Parish: Charsfield with Debach St Peter

Church of England Diocese: St.Edmundsbury and Ipswich

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Listing Text

CHARSFIELD HALL ROAD
TM 25 NW
4/7 Charsfield Hall
16/3/66
- II

House. C16 and C17. Timber framed with colourwashed render and a plain
tiled roof. Two storeys, originally 2 storeys with attic. Entrance
front: projecting gabled wing at far right with a 3-light ground floor
window (originally of 4 lights) a 3-light first floor and single-light
attic casement, all C20. Recessed and at left is a range with a ground
floor C19 plank door to far right. Further C18 or C19 door at left of
centre with 6 raised and fielded panels, pilaster strips at either side and
with a gabled open porch in front with octagonal piers. C19 and C20
fenestration to this front. Deep brick plinth and slightly projecting
brick walling at left. Three 4-light ground floor casements, all of
different form and to the first floor a 5-light, three 4-light and two
single-light casements. Ridge stack at right of 2 axial flues and single
flue at left of centre, below the ridge and further stack to gable end at
left with 3 diamond-shaped flues. The left hand gable end has two doorways
at ground floor level, that at right C20 and semi-glazed that at left a
plank door. One 3-light casement at first floor right and 2 single-light
casements to the attic. The right hand gable end has brick walling at
left, 2 glazed C20 doors at right with cement lintels and to the first
floor two 3-light casements and a 2-light casement to the attic. Rear:
portion of English bond brick walling to far right. Slightly to right of
centre is a projecting staircase bay with a catslide roof and immediately
to right of this a C20 set of French windows with fluted pilaster pieces at
either side. Four-light window to left of the staircase turret with French
windows to the centre. The turret has a 3-light ground floor window and at
right are two paired casements divided by a king mullion and at left is a
2-light casement. Three 3-light casements to the first floor and one lower
3-light casement. Four-light casement to staircase turret. Two-light C16
window originally lighting the attic at left with chamfered mullion.
Interior: raised ceilings to ground and first floors, with chamfered ceiling
beams. Wall posts and close studding and decorative jowling to the wall
posts at ground floor level. Early C20 staircase with corinthian column
newels and barley-sugar twisted balusters with a heavily ramped handrail
brought from elsewhere.


Listing NGR: TM2364256429

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