HINES FARMHOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1033186

Date first listed: 26-Mar-1987

Statutory Address: HINES FARMHOUSE

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Location

Statutory Address: HINES FARMHOUSE

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Suffolk

District: Mid Suffolk (District Authority)

Parish: Stonham Earl

National Grid Reference: TM 10439 61226

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History

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Details

EARL STONHAM MIDDLEWOOD GREEN TM 16 SW 2/111 Hines Farmhouse - - II

Former farmhouse, built in 2 stages: mid C16 and c.1570. 2 storeys, 3-cell cross-passage entrance plan. Timber framed and plastered. Pantiled roof with axial chimney of red brick. Mainly c.1970 small-pane casements; some c.1570 diamond-mullioned windows are exposed and glazed. Glazed C20 entrance door at gable end. The hall and parlour cells are of one build, c.1570 : quite complete unmoulded framing and back-to-back open lintelled fireplaces in hall and parlour. Widely-spaced studwork without visible bracing, and wind-braced clasped-purlin roof with reduced principals. Until c.1970, the twin service doorways had heads with shallow ogee arches. The service cell is of early or mid C16, with arch-braced studwork and heavy unchamfered floor joists (now concealed); coupled-rafter roof, with evidence for both a half-hip, and a secondary queen-post system. This cell was remodelled (or perhaps reassembled) c.1600, but is certainly of earlier origin. English Vernacular Houses: E. Mercer, 1972. N.M.R.

Listing NGR: TM1043961226

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 279360

Legacy System: LBS

Sources

Books and journals
Mercer, E, English Vernacular Houses, (1975)

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