This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
WOKINGHAM ROSE STREET SU 8168 NW (South east side) 18/70 Nos. 35 and 35A (_formerly 12.11.51 listed as Nos. 33, 35, 37, 39) G.V. II* Wealden hall house, and byre, now 2 flats. Mid C15, refurbished 1958.
Timber framed with brick infill, and part brick; old tile roof. L-plan; 2 framed bays with former hall in south west bay; jettied on road front.
Former byre of 3 framed bays adjoining at rear. 2 storeys. Ridge chimney on right. Road front:-exposed beam from ground floor posts. Formerly recessed hall bay underbuilt in brick. Moulded bressumer on left; framed bay continues on No.37 adjoining (listed separately 18/69 ) Two 3-light and two light C20 diamond leaded casements on first floor. Two C20 3-light transomed and mullioned windows on ground floor either side of planked entrance door, approached by 2 steps. Interior:- fine timber frame exposed, moulded bressumer beam returns inside between bays on ground floor, with long shutter grooves along window on front elevation. Jowled posts on first floor, chamfered purlins and central tie with run-out stops in former solar. Clasped purlin, redundant crown post roof exposed, with holes in rafter feet on west faces and curved windbraces. Shutter groove along window in front elevation above that on ground floor.
Listing NGR: SU8137868734
© Brian Steptoe. Source: Historic England Archive
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