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North Norfolk (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TG 32621 23529


SMALLBURGH TG 32 SW 2/108 Smallburgh Old Hall 16.4.55 - II

House. Early C16 origins, additions of C18 later refaced early C19, the whole extensively altered 1982-83. Brick and flint. Roofs of plain tiles. To north 2 storey early C16 house of square plan, constructed of brick on brick plinth. East front mutilated by one door and 2 casements at each floor of 1982, the spaces between windows rebuilt in stock brick. Expanses of early C16 brickwork remain. Gabled roof carried on moulded brick kneelers. Internal gable end stack to north now rebuilt. North gable wall has 2 blocked windows each floor. West side with long horizontal window opening now blocked and fitted with C20 casement. To south a C18 2 storey extension, refaced to east facade in early C19. Facade of 2 storeys in 3 bays. Central C20 half glazed door in timber doorcase under leaded hood. Fenestration of mixed sashes and casements of differing sizes. Dentil eaves cornice below gabled roof, hipped to north. Gabled passage links this block with that of C16 at attic level. Interior much altered. Cellar of C16 block entered through double chamfered brick arch from interior of C18 wing. Arched candle niches in each wall, one converted to cupboard. Roll and sunk hollow bridging beam. Kitchen in lower room. Large fireplace with C18 hob. Winder by stack, now blocked at ceiling level, though newel post rises to attic.

Listing NGR: TG3262123529


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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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