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King's Lynn and West Norfolk (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TF 65917 14864


MIDDLETON BLACKBOROUGH END TF 61 SE Setch Road 9/47 Manor Farmhouse II Farmhouse, C17 core remodelled C19, carstone, some galletted; brick dressings, pantiles. T shaped. Front range of 4 cells and chimney bay, 2 storeys, upper walls raised; chimney bay and axial stack between third and fourth cells. End internal stack to left, gault brick shafts. Ground floor with tall double casements to cells 1 and 3, doorway to cell 2 with part glazed door and flanking lights, 3-light casement with segmental arch to fourth cell. First floor with 5 double casements; all windows with stone sills. Right return of carstone rubble with brick platband, shaped brick kneelers, some C17 brick dressings. Left return in galletted carstone rubble, 4 blocked openings with segmental heads; platband, C17 brick quoins, brick band at former eaves level. Rear: rear of first cell with platband and brickband at former eaves level, mid C20 French window to ground floor, double casement to first floor within blocked C17 rectangular openings. Forward wing to rear of second cell with dressed limestone quoins, carstone rubble, galletted carstone to gable, gable and return walls raised. Shaped brick kneelers, end internal stack; right return with two casements with glazing bars to ground floor, double casement to first floor; outshut to rear of third and fourth cells raised to 2 storeys with gable to left. Interior: large fireplace and stack to chimney bay; fourth cell with tall ground floor room having tie beams with run out stops. Staircase to second cell, closed string with ramped handrail and turned newel post.

Listing NGR: TF6591714864


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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: 31 Aug 1999
Reference: IOE01/01876/34
Rights: Copyright IoE Graham Brown. Source Historic England Archive
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