Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1306713

Date first listed: 30-May-1986



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County: Essex

District: Maldon (District Authority)

Parish: Stow Maries

National Grid Reference: TQ 83440 98366


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STOW MARIES LOWER BURNHAM ROAD TQ 89 NW (south side) 4/118 Great Hayes Farmhouse ­ II House. C16 or earlier, altered in C18, C19 and C20. Timber framed, plastered with some exposed framing, and facade of red brick in Flemish bond, roofed mainly with slate, some handmade red clay tiles. Complex plan comprising 4 blocks of different dates: (1) 2-bay building aligned N-S, jettied to the N, C16 or earlier (possibly the crosswing of a medieval hall house of which the remainder has been demolished), the roof rebuilt in the early C19, (2) to S of it, an C18 or early C19 extension with an axial stack at the junction, (3) to E of (1), early C16 2-bay building aligned N-S, jettied to the N, (4) early C19 entrance range to the W of (1) and (2), facing W, with an internal stack in each return. (1) is of 2 storeys with an attic, the remainder is of 2 storeys. W facade of brick, late C19, with 2 full-height square bays, and a central entrance. The windows have been altered to C20 small-pane sashes, 4 on the ground floor and 5 on the first floor. C20 door. (Late C19 gabled porch demolished). Slated roof of shallow pitch. The N elevation is more complex; it was the front originally. Block (3) has 2 exposed brackets below the jetty, exposed close studding above the jetty, and jowled posts, with 'Suffolk' tension bracing trenched to the outside, and a tiled hipped roof, partly or wholly rebuilt. Block (1) has a central beam of heavy section projecting in the middle of the jetty, with an exposed bracket on the upper storey, an early C19 sash of 16 lights with crown glass, and a slated hipped roof of shallow pitch. Otherwise, scattered fenestration, late C19 and C20. Block (1) has chamfered axial and transverse beams with step stops, joists plastered to the soffits. Block (3) has a chamfered binding beam and plain joists of horizontal section jointed to it with soffit tenons with diminished haunches (upper storey and roof not examined). Block (2) has a large wood-burning hearth, a chamfered axial beam with runout stops, and some exposed studding with primary straight bracing. Other structural features plastered over. The entrance hall has the original stair with wreathed handrail and stick balusters. The N stack of this range has been altered at the ground floor. The name derives from Robert de la Haye, 1248 (C.H. Reaney, Place Names of Essex, 1935, 229). The Hearth Tax assessment of 1662 records 4 hearths. Manor house.

Listing NGR: TQ8344098366


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Books and journals
Reaney, PH, Place names of Essex, (1935), 229

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