This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TL 31NE WARE RURAL FANHAMS HALL ROAD (north side)
2/31 Round House (Formerly listed under General) 24.1.67 II
House. Circa 1700, probably including older structure at SE corner. Extended to W in C19. Timber frame with mathematical tiles under plaster lined as ashlar at SE. Red brick painted at rear, stucco W part of front with raised quoins and rusticated entrance. Steep old red tile hipped roof rising higher with central axial chimney in formerly symmetrical E part. 2-storeys.
attics and cellar. 2 + 3 windows S front with 2 gabled dormers in roofslope of E part with 2-light small paned casements. Over- sailing eaves with moulded cornice and plastered soffit. Low plinth. 3-window E part has flush box sash windows to upper floor with 6/6 panes and louvred shutters. Flush C19 French doors in centre (position of former entrance) and on right. Left hand window replaced by canted parapet bay in stucco to match similar bay window on C19 W extension beyond the new front door.
This has a 4-panel moulded door in a glazed panelled screen.
Recessed sash window over with 6/6 panes. Triple sash over further bay window. Rebuilt conservatory on W end. 2-windows E elevation has 8/8 paned flush box sashes to upper floor and similar windows to ground floor with sills lowered in C19.
Listing NGR: TL3608115565
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