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The Evergreen Oak

A Grade II Listed Building in Thelnetham, Suffolk

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.3668 / 52°22'0"N

Longitude: 0.9517 / 0°57'6"E

OS Eastings: 601055

OS Northings: 278410

OS Grid: TM010784

Mapcode National: GBR SGF.MF6

Mapcode Global: VHKCP.FRZY

Entry Name: The Evergreen Oak

Listing Date: 14 July 1955

Last Amended: 27 September 1984

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1285624

English Heritage Legacy ID: 284334

Location: Thelnetham, St. Edmundsbury, Suffolk, IP22

County: Suffolk

District: St. Edmundsbury

Civil Parish: Thelnetham

Traditional County: Suffolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Suffolk

Church of England Parish: Thelnetham St Nicholas

Church of England Diocese: St.Edmundsbury and Ipswich

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Listing Text

TM 07 NW THELNETHAM HOPTON ROAD

2/71 The Evergreen Oak
14.7.55 (formerly listed as
Evergreen Oak P.H.)

GV II


Former public house, now a dwelling. Early C16. 2 storeys: 3-cell internal
chimney and cross-passage plan. Timber-framed and rendered; plaintiled roof
with fragements of decorative ridge-tiles. Rebuilt plain shaft to internal
stack. A C19 external stack on the west end, with a small single-storey lean-
to against it. 3-light C20 casement windows with leaded panes. C20 boarded
and studded door in plain surround, with C16 4-centred arched head. Frame in
4 bays, with all timbering exposed internally. Service end on west divided
into 2 rooms: partition wall with 2 doorways, one with arched head. Cross-
passage with plank-and-muntin screen, the muntins with roll-mouldings
corresponding to the mouldings on the joists of the ceiling in the 2 bays of
the hall. Main cross-beam with chamfer and curved stops, lodged into posts
with no tie-beam on upper storey. The internal chimney has only one hearth,
heating the hall: a large open fireplace with timber lintel. The parlour, on
the east, is still unheated. 2 original stair positions, one (blocked)
against the south wall of the service end, the other, containing a later
stair, in a corresponding position on the south side of the stack, originally
gave access only to the room over the parlour. To the west of the stack, the
upper storey was in one large room, with an open truss above the service
partition: cambered tie-beam, and heavy arched braces. Queen-post roof, with
the purlins set flat, and supported by arched braces. Arched braces at the
angles of the frame, and the remains of diamond-mullioned windows throughout
the house, some with original mullions in situ.


Listing NGR: TM0105578410

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