This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TL 41 NW MUCH HADHAM SOUTH END
House. C15, late C16, mid-C17 and early C19. Timberframed, plastered Ground floor, weatherboarded 1st floor and attics. Red brick extensions, old tile roof. 2 gable ends to road on SE elevation, 1st floor jettied on heavy beams. SW gable is former cross wing of late medieval house. Central door has reeded and paterae surround and later, bracketed, tiled porch. Late C16, red brick stack towards NE and modern, NE, lean-to extensions.
Rear of SW wing has mid-C17 chimneystack with 3 conjoined diagonal shafts. Early C19 brick brewhouse and bakehouse extension on NE. English bond, single storey. Good exposed timber frame inside main house. NE bay has late C16 floor beams and a mid-Cl7, wide, oak staircase with simple, classical balusters. Rear wing with chamfered oak lintel to chimneybreast.
Listing NGR: TL4372816625
© Mr John Harris. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Harris, John
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