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Statutory Address:

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

Broadland (District Authority)
Old Catton
National Grid Reference:
TG 22999 12321


TG 21 SW OLD CATTON CHURCH STREET (north) 4/3 19/1/52 The Manor House.


Manor House, C16 and later, timber frame, flint, stone and brick, with plain tile roof. T-shaped plan of 3 storeys and attics with single storey addition between north and west wings. Fragment of the C16 manor house to south east, heightened and extended to the west in the C17, and restored and extended to the north in the late C19. Principal facade to east has off centre C17 close studded gable, jettied on C17 joists at second floor level. C16 range, jettied at first floor level runs north south and under gable south and terminates with rebuilt brick stepped gable with C19 end stack. Jetty under- built in C19 in brick with stone quoins. 2 stone C19 mullion and transom windows with wrought iron casements flank the entrance door with moulded oak frame with carved spandrel panels bearing the rebus of Catton. 2 and 3 light casement windows with glazing bars above. Oriel window above door on brackets with moulded frame and cornice. Range to north of gable C19, 3 windows with timber framed first floor. Casement windows at ground floor with moulded brick transoms. Moulded brick corbel course under first floor wall plate. Casement windows to first floor with glazing bars. 2 gabled dormers with 3 light casement windows with glazing bars. 2 C19 elaborate brick gable stacks and central gable stack. West wing C17, built of flint, and re-used dressed stone of 2 storeys. Scattered C19 fenestration of casements and sashes. Coved eaves, brick kneelers, parapet eaves with timber caps. 2 C19 gabled dormers with 2 light casement windows with glazing bars. C19 gateway in south wall of conservatory with moulded stone surround, and oak frame with carved spandrels. Wall of knapped flint with stone dressings. Good C19 interior details. C16 solid tread oak dog-leg stair on 2 storeys. Deep oak joists with double tenons into rebated transverse beams. Wall posts with braces to tie beams in C16 range. C17 6 bay, heavy oak butt purlin roof runs east west.

Listing NGR: TG2299912321


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 14 Mar 2001
Reference: IOE01/03073/21
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Peter Smee. Source Historic England Archive
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