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North Norfolk (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TG 02722 29109



6/37 Church Farmhouse. 30/11/51 G.V. II

Farm House, former Manor House, c.1650, alterations in 1722 and in late C19. Red brick and pantiles. 'H' shaped plan of 2 storeys, with attics in north wing. Main entrance facade to west with off-centre 2 storey porch in central bay flanked by cross wings. Irregular double splayed arch with moulded base and imposts, flanked by rusticated pilasters. Inserted string course above. Inserted C19 sash window with glazing bars under brick pediment Moulded brick kneelers to parapet gable with blocked oculus. Brick dentil eaves. Central bay rebuilt in C19 above first floor window sills. Ground floor window to left of porch in splayed opening with flat head and brick hood mould. 3, C19 windows above. Flanking wings, windows with C17 pediments and C19 4-light mullion and transom windows on ground and first floors and 2-light windows at attic floor level. Ground floor north wing window blocked. Southern cross wing possibly a later C17 addition. String course at eaves level. Moulded brick kneelers and curved gables to north. Rebuilt stepped gable to south. North wall of north wing has external stepped stack with C19 porch with curved gable. South wall of south wing late C19 rebuilding with external stacks flanking central 5-light window with pediment. East facade central bay has off-centre external stepped stack, rebuilt above eaves. Inserted C19 2-light mullion and transom windows with splayed reveals and hood moulds. C19 pediment over blocked door to right of stack. Inserted C19 part-glazed door with fanlight and stone hood on brick corbels. South cross wing has inserted 3-light windows with C19 pediments and platband at attic floor level. Rebuilt stepped gable with brick kneelers and date stone inscribed "S.Y.I.A." 1722 (Jacob Astley of Melton Constable Hall). Garage doors inserted in north cross wing under C17 pediment. 4-light casements at first floor and 2-light casements at attic floor level with C17 pediments above. Curved gable with string course at eaves level. Brick plinth and brick dentil eaves to all elevations. Interior mainly C19. Ovolo moulded, chamfered, spine and cross beams with ogee and bar stops. Some early C18 doors and C17 butt purlin roof with wind braces at north end.

Listing NGR: TG0272229109


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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: 04 Feb 2006
Reference: IOE01/15130/36
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Roger Hamilton. Source Historic England Archive
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