Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1127846

Date first listed: 31-Aug-1962

Statutory Address: HALL FARMHOUSE, 50, HIGH STREET


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Statutory Address: HALL FARMHOUSE, 50, HIGH STREET

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

County: Cambridgeshire

District: South Cambridgeshire (District Authority)

Parish: Little Shelford

National Grid Reference: TL 45453 51111


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19/154 No 50 (Hall Farmhouse) 31.8.62 GV II

Farmhouse, early C15 with additions and alterations of C17 and later. Timber framed, plaster and roughcast rendered on a brick plinth. Plain tiled roofs, gabled, except for hipped roof at junction of front and service or kitchen range. C17 side stack with rebuilt upper courses at rear of one room to former late C15 open-hall, and a red brick ridge stack, early C17, with four diagonally set shafts on base with moulded upper edge. Plan forming four ranges of different building periods round a small courtyard. Former open-hall, at right of range to road, late C15. Timber framed, rendered and painted, with steeply pitched plain tiled roof and C17 side stack. Two storeys. Two flush frame C18 or early C19 hung sashes of sixteen panes each at first floor and C19 canted bay on brick plinth at ground floor. The present entry is to the former open-hall. In the early C17 part of the original house was rebuilt at the left hand and extended at the rear, forming an L-plan. Timber framed, rendered with plain tiled roof and original ridge stack. Two storeys with part at rear also with an attic. One late C18 or early C19 flush frame hung sash with open boxing of sixteen panes and C19 canted bay on brick plinth at ground floor. The garden front has c.1870 white brick gabled parch. The other two ranges round the courtyard are additional service wings of C17. Timber frame, rendered on brick plinth with steeply pitched tiled roofs. Interior: Little of the framing is visible. However the roof over the former open hall is intact. Three bays and part of a fourth remain. There are cambered tie beams and the roof, which is of clasped side purlin construction, has timbers of substantial scantling and is well carpentered. Paired cranked bracing between principal rafters and purlins similar to the barn, Hall Farm, Little Shelford (q.v.). There is a closed truss between second and third bays. The part of the roof over the entrance hall is generally smoke blackened. R.C.H.M: record card

Listing NGR: TL4545351111


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