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Lincolns

A Grade II Listed Building in Brentwood, Essex

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.6364 / 51°38'10"N

Longitude: 0.2561 / 0°15'22"E

OS Eastings: 556227

OS Northings: 195474

OS Grid: TQ562954

Mapcode National: GBR VY.H8J

Mapcode Global: VHHN2.D48C

Entry Name: Lincolns

Listing Date: 20 February 1976

Last Amended: 9 December 1994

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1201616

English Heritage Legacy ID: 373488

Location: Brentwood, Essex, CM14

County: Essex

District: Brentwood

Town: Brentwood

Electoral Ward/Division: South Weald

Traditional County: Essex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Essex

Church of England Parish: Bentley Common St Paul

Church of England Diocese: Chelmsford

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Listing Text


BRENTWOOD

TQ59NE LINCOLNS LANE, Pilgrims Hatch
723-1/5/235 (East side)
20/02/76 Lincolns
(Formerly Listed as:
LINCOLNS LANE, South Weald
Lincolns)

GV II

House. c1500, late C16, C17 and C20. Timber-framed and
rendered, roof peg-tiled. Plan rectangular, central range with
cross-wings at each end, later out-shut at E end.
EXTERIOR: 2 storeys. Front, S elevation, central range with 2
end gables, C20 rendering has decorative motifs, stack C20,
rebuilt off centre to W. All windows are C20 casements with
glazing bars, 4 window range, ground floor, W-E 2-light
window, 4x3 panes, simple timber porch with lean-to peg-tiled
roof with C20 front door of 8 panels, 2-light window, 4x4
panes, 2-light window 4x3 panes, out-shut window 1-light 2x2
panes. First floor, W-E two 2-light windows 4x3 panes, two
2-light windows 4x4 panes. Rear N elevation has C20 rendering
with panel decoration, roof continuous, hipped at E end, all
windows C20, mostly similar to front but in irregular
positions. Ground floor, central French window and side
lights, fully glazed 8x5 panes, to E, two 2-light windows 4x4
panes and 4x3 panes. First floor, W-E, three 2-light windows
4x4 panes, C20 reinstated mullioned window at rear of
cross-wing with 3 mullion bars. W end elevation. Ground floor,
2-light window 4x2 panes, first floor, original medieval
mullioned window with 3 mullions. E end elevation, in
out-shut, C20 features, stable door and another boarded door,
single light window 2x2 panes.
INTERIOR: earliest unit is c1500 E cross-wing, walling partly
exposed in out-shut with exterior arched bracing, 2 original
mullioned windows in side wall and 2 reinstated. Front
originally jettied. Framing unjowled with step-stopped
chamfers on principals. Floor joists of soffit tenon type.
Stair trap in front bay. Cross-wing roof has crown-post with
curved 2-way braces and roof originally hipped at rear.
Cross-wing side wall to hall has typical `high end' display
framing with arched bracing from centre post, gouged
carpenters' assembly marks and peg holes on alternate studs
for high end bench. Roof over hall was rebuilt later using
sooted rafters bearing skewed joints for collars. These are no
doubt fron the old open hall that abutted the early
cross-wing. W cross-wing, rebuilding of hall, and construction
of brick stack backing onto the cross passage are of the late
C16. All the timber-framing involved bears lamb's tongue
chamfer stops. Service doorways in cross-wing are simple
rectangular frames with similar decoration. Evidence of
buttery and pantry partition wall. Ceiling joists are flat
laid and have diminished haunched soffit tenons. Cross-wing
first-floor walling has internal tension bracing by-passing
the studs. Mullioned window in outer side wall and evidence
for 2 more in front and back walls. Roof of W cross-wing is
wind-braced, side purlin type. Hall shows 2 rebuilds - (1)
Late C16, with stack of thin bricks in Flemish stretcher bond.
Fireplace rebuilt C20 but lamb's tongue chamfer stops on
ceiling bridging joist. First-floor fireplace blocked but
timber lintel exposed with lamb's tongue stops. Roof over
cross passage and round stack sides of simple side purlin
type. (2) Hall first floor walling has some primary bracing
exposed, also, roof between stack and high end cross-wing of
butt side purlin type suggesting a later C17 reconstruction of
the upper section: sooted rafters occur in this section
implying that some of the original roof remained until then.
Lincolns, together with the stable (qv) and the barn (qv) form
a group.


Listing NGR: TQ5622795474

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