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The Rosery

A Grade II Listed Building in Great Bealings, Suffolk

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.0906 / 52°5'26"N

Longitude: 1.2699 / 1°16'11"E

OS Eastings: 624097

OS Northings: 248628

OS Grid: TM240486

Mapcode National: GBR VNS.XJ5

Mapcode Global: VHLBN.YQP6

Entry Name: The Rosery

Listing Date: 31 August 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1377180

English Heritage Legacy ID: 285435

Location: Great Bealings, Suffolk Coastal, Suffolk, IP13

County: Suffolk

District: Suffolk Coastal

Civil Parish: Great Bealings

Traditional County: Suffolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Suffolk

Church of England Parish: Great Bealings St Mary

Church of England Diocese: St.Edmundsbury and Ipswich

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Listing Text

GREAT BEALINGS ROSERY LANE
TM 24 NW
(South-East Side)
4/71 The Rosery
G.V. II
House. Mid C19. Yellow Flemish bond brick with a slate roof. Two
storeys. Entrance front: 3 bays, near-symmetrically disposed with a
central projecting gabled porch with a doorway to ground floor level with a
4-panel door and an overlight. Brackets at either side supporting the hood
mould. Cogged band between the floors. The first floor has a central
window with pointed arch and brackets to either side supporting a hood-
mould and with carved stone faces to either side of the window head. The
gable has moulded bargeboards and a mace finial and within these the gable
face has a coat of arms and vinetrail frieze. To right of this at ground
floor level is a sash window of 3x4 panes with brackets supporting a hood
mould. To the left is a C20 conservatory with quadrant roof masking a
similar window. To the first floor at either side are windows of 3x2 panes
with brackets below their Lintels and hood moulds above. Gable-ended roof
with 2 rectangular ridge stacks at right and left each having two decorated
Tudor flues of yellow terracotta. The left hand gable end is masked at
ground floor level by a C20 addition. To the first floor at right is a
sash window of 2x2 panes with brackets, and hood mould as before. To left
a C20 plate glass window and between these a sunken panel of blind tracery
with a pointed arch with surround of moulded brick. Similarly blind
pointed oval to the gable. Right hand gable end: ground floor window of
3x3 panes at left and a C20 three-light window at right, both having Tudor
hood moulds. Between these windows at mezzanine level is a blind window
with pointed arch and moulded surround and Y-tracery. To the first floor
at either side are sash windows of 3x2 panes with brackets supporting the
lintel and Tudor hood moulds. To the gable apex is a pointed oval with
moulded surround. Rear: random fenestration at right and left.

Interior: not inspected.


Listing NGR: TM2409748628

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