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Statutory Address:

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

Brentwood (District Authority)
Non Civil Parish
National Grid Reference:
TQ 58324 90718



TQ5890 WARLEY ROAD, Great Warley 723-1/17/158 (West side) 21/10/58 Thatchers Arms Inn


Formerly known as: Thatchers Arms Inn GREAT WARLEY STREET. Public house. C17, C18 and C19. Timber-framed, plastered, some scoring to imitate ashlar, mansard roof in peg and machine-made tiles, central red brick stack. Rectangular plan. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys and attic. E front, 3 window range with 3 doorways with panelled pilasters, plain frieze and dentilled pediments. Ground floor, N-S, early C19 3-light sash window with glazing bars, 1x4, 3x4, 1x4 panes, doorway with door of 6 heavy beaded panels. 3-light casement window, doorway with door of 2 lower recessed panels and an upper glazed panel, 3-light casement window, doorway with door of 2 lower beaded panels and an upper glazed panel. First floor, three 3-light casement windows over those below. Attic has 2 dormer windows with hipped roofs and C20 renewed 2-light casement windows. Rear, W elevation, additions of C19 and C20 obscure most detail. N end has timber-framed and rendered cross-wing with C19 rendered brick and peg-tiled lean-to, stack in yellow brick and two 2-light casement windows. Principal range has a C19 red brick lean-to with two 2-light casement windows above two 2-light narrow window in early house wall, C20 minor stack between. S end, C19 yellow brick stack and dormer doorway to fire escape. Small C20 flat roofed addition at N end of C19 lean-to. S end elevation, principal block, ground floor, projecting doorway under lean-to, peg-tiled roof. First floor, early C19 3-light sash window with glazing bars, 1x4, 3x4, 1x4 panes. Second floor, C19 2-light casement window. To W C19 stack, C19 lean-to. Ground floor has 2-leaved, boarded door, first floor, segment headed 2-light casement window. N end elevation, essentially plain with C19 brick addition to N not of special interest and not to be included in this listing. Rear wing first floor has early C19 casement window with moulded architrave. INTERIOR: considerably rebuilt, but some tie-beams and binding joists, where exposed, have chamfers with simple run-out stops, suggesting C17 work. Central stack, ground floor, restored but some original bricks of C17 type, also wooden lintel and inglenook seat. Some primary braced framing evident in rear wall. Thatchers Arms, and other buildings around the green form a group.

Listing NGR: TQ5832490718


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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: 19 Aug 1999
Reference: IOE01/01005/37
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Lee Marquis. Source Historic England Archive
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