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Complex of Walls, Railings and Gates Forming the Street Boundary of Number 11 (The Vicarage), from the North East End Extending 128 Metres to the North West and then 17 Metres to the South West, and f

A Grade II Listed Building in Feering, Essex

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.8414 / 51°50'28"N

Longitude: 0.7086 / 0°42'30"E

OS Eastings: 586688

OS Northings: 219330

OS Grid: TL866193

Mapcode National: GBR QKT.KY7

Mapcode Global: VHKG2.7ZG9

Entry Name: Complex of Walls, Railings and Gates Forming the Street Boundary of Number 11 (The Vicarage), from the North East End Extending 128 Metres to the North West and then 17 Metres to the South West, and f

Listing Date: 20 August 1981

Last Amended: 29 July 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1169227

English Heritage Legacy ID: 116417

Location: Feering, Braintree, Essex, CO5

County: Essex

District: Braintree

Civil Parish: Feering

Built-Up Area: Kelvedon

Traditional County: Essex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Essex

Church of England Parish: Feering All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Chelmsford

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Listing Text

FEERING FEERING HILL
TL 8619-8719 (north-west side)

8/96 Complex of walls,
20.8.81 and 23.9.81 railings and gates
forming the street
boundary of No. it (The
Vicarage), from the NE
end extending 128 metres
to the NW and then 17
metres to the SW, and
from the SW end
extending 52 metres to
the NW and then 63
metres to the SW
(formerly listed as part
of No. 11 (The Vicarage)
including front boundary
wall and wall on south-
east side, and part of
Walls at Nos. 5 to 15
(odd) Feering Hill
(including rear and side
boundary walls)

GV II

Walls, railings and gates. C16 to C19. Red brick in English and Flemish bond,
and cast iron. The section forming the street boundary extends 47 metres,
interrupted by vehicle gateways each approx. 2.5 metres wide to each side of the
house, and a small wooden gate E of the house. This wall is in Flemish bond,
1.5 to 2 metres high, with a coping of moulded V-bricks. The vehicle gateway E
of the house has 2 square brick piers, each with a moulded stone coping and ball
finial. The section to NE of this gateway has one square brick pier with a
moulded stone coping. The railings are mounted on dwarf brick walls with stone
copings, and have plain square points. The iron double gates in front of the
main door have dipped rails with scrolls above, and a scrolled band across the
middle. To each side of the gates is a square open stanchion of iron, each with
internal scrolls and 4 finials. Gates approx. 1.5 metres high, railings approx.
one metre high. The wall extending along the NE boundary is in Flemish bond
with a coping of moulded V-bricks, approx. 3 metres high; part of it forms the
rear wall of a lean-to ancillary building E of the house. The wall extending
along the SW boundary, and forming the rear boundaries of nos. 3, 5, 7 and 9, is
in English and Flemish bond, with a similar coping, approx. 3 metres high, and
includes the earliest brickwork. It was formerly part of the garden of a
mansion known as Strangers, and terminates at a former fishpond.


Listing NGR: TL8668819330

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