Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1036879

Date first listed: 23-Feb-1989

Statutory Address: HAWKE, STUTTON ROAD


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Statutory Address: HAWKE, STUTTON ROAD

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

County: Suffolk

District: Babergh (District Authority)

Parish: Holbrook

National Grid Reference: TM 16816 35188


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2/49 Hawke


Boys' hostel. Circa 1925-33. Buckland and Heywood. Red brick with stone dressings and some darker brick dressings. Hipped plain tile roof, behind brick parapet. H-plan, with identical east and west fronts; 2 storeys, 9 bays. Rusticated brick quoins. Flush brick plinth outlined in darker brick. Parapet with stone coping and rectangular brick panels, outlined in darker brick, stone cornice band. Central bay canted to first floor and parapet. To left and right, four 3 x 4 paned horned sashes with glazing bars to ground floor, similar upper hung casements to first floor. Central stone doorcase: Moulded stone surround angle pilasters with stylized capitals, moulded bases, stone finials resting on the cornice. Entablature bearing house name. Pair of doors with 3 raised and fielded panels each, below overlight with glazing bars arranged in diamond pattern. First floor window above has moulded stone surround, and is also of 3 x 4 panes. Darker brickwork used in flat arches of windows and in surrounds, is extended above and below to form apron-like panel below first floor windows and similar but shallow feature of only 3 courses below ground floor windows. South face, central pedimented bay, with first floor window in stone surround. Single storey housemaster's accommodation inserted to front of facade. Northern arcaded service court with northern arch filling top of H-plan, using various sized brickwork in detailing of capitals. One of ten identical houses for pupils.

Listing NGR: TM1681635188


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Legacy System number: 277468

Legacy System: LBS

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