This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TG5204 BAKER STREET 839-1/8/202 (South side) 05/08/74 Southtown And Gorleston No.33
House. Probably a late C16 hall house, with alterations in the C17 and later. Timber-framed, with a brick ground floor and brick nogging. Colourwashed. Pantiled roof. Surviving building probably represents only the hall section of a standard hall house. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys; 2-window range. Ground floor with a C19 bay window and a C20 door to the left, probably indicating site of a through-passage. First floor is jettied and fitted with 2 windows, a late C20 top-hung casement left and a 6/6 unhorned sash to right, both under segmental heads. Bell-based gabled roof. Internal gable-end stack to west and external stack to east. Rear wall formerly jettied but now very much rebuilt in brick. One and a half storey rear cross-wing, pantiled, gabled and with a ridge stack. INTERIOR: original internal plan difficult to gauge, but remains are consistent with a hall house. Ground floor with a bar and tongue-stopped bridging beam and spine beam. Timber frame with jowled principal studs carrying chamfered and cambered tie beams on arched braces. Only one brace remains. Mid C18 roof structure consists of one tier of taper-tenoned butt purlins, but mortices and stumps of queen posts remain on upper surface of ties, indicating a C16 queen-post roof originally. (Smith R: Report into 33 High Street, Gorleston for Local Authority: 1991-).
Listing NGR: TG5271604276
© Mr David N. Gifford. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Gifford, David N.
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Brick, Pantile, Timber, Tudor Hall House, Elizabethan Monument <By Form>, House, Domestic, Dwelling, Jettied House, Jettied Building, Timber Framed Building, Timber Framed House