This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TF 63 SE SNETTISHAM ST. THOMAS'S LANE Southgate.
4/51 Garden wall approximately 25 metres to west of Snettisham House, and Summer House and Crinkle Crankle Wall.
Garden wall to south of Snettisham House (q.v.) Summerhouse and crinkle crankle wall at right angles attached at west. Datestone 1702, and mid-to-late C18.
1702 wall, coursed and galletted carstone rubble with carstone coping to north, brick to south, datestone on south 1702 R(ichard) C(obb). To west 2 lines of straight joint quoins at junction with Summerhouse, coursed, squared ashlar carstone with brick dressing, 2 storeys, 3 bays, Gothick. 2 ground floor wooden framed Gothic arched 2 light casements, one lacking frame, one with surviving wooden frame and lead glazing bar iron casement. Central Gothic arched entrance, door frame removed but surviving in interior. First floor one Gothic window, frame partly in place. Roofless. Attached at right angles, Flemish bond brick crinkle crankle wall of 8 shallow bays with brick coping and cambered headed arched door to second bay to south of Summerhouse.
Listing NGR: TF6892033363
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Ashlar, Brick, Carstone, Rubble, Stuart Garden Wall, Georgian Gardens Parks And Urban Spaces, Monument <By Form>, Wall, Barrier, Serpentine Wall, Agriculture And Subsistence, Fruit Growing Wall, Summerhouse, Garden Building