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BROOK HALL FARMHOUSE

List Entry Summary

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

Name: BROOK HALL FARMHOUSE

List entry Number: 1306991

Location

BROOK HALL FARMHOUSE, STEEPLE ROAD

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

County: Essex

District: Maldon

District Type: District Authority

Parish: Latchingdon

National Park: Not applicable to this List entry.

Grade: II

Date first listed: 10-Jan-1953

Date of most recent amendment: 30-May-1986

Legacy System Information

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Legacy System: LBS

UID: 117394

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History

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Details

LATCHINGDON STEEPLE ROAD TL 80 SE (south side) 2/38 Brook Hall Farmhouse 10/1/53 (Formerly listed as Brook Hall) ) ­ II

House. Circa 1500 and C17, altered in C20. Timber framed, plastered, roofed with interlocking concrete tiles. C17 4-bay range facing NW, with axial stack in second bay from right end. Behind right end, C18/C19 single-storey service range with axial stack. At left end of main range, 2-bay crosswing projecting forwards, c.1500, with early C17 external stack at left side, the whole forming a Z-plan. 2 storeys with attics. Ground floor, 3 C20 casements and one metal sliding French window. First floor, 3 C20 casements. C20 door. Roof of main range half-hipped at right end, roof of crosswing fully hipped. The crosswing survives from a medieval hall house, of which the remainder has been demolished, much of the timber being re-used in the present main range. The crosswing has jowled posts, close studding partly exposed internally, a chamfered binding beam with mitred stops, a cambered central tiebeam with 2 arched braces, and a crownpost roof with axial bracing. The main range has chamfered axial and transverse beams with lamb's tongue stops at both floors, and plain joists of square section. The clasped purlin roof is almost wholly constructed of re-used rafters from the roof of the medieval hall house. 2 large wood-burning hearths back to back, much altered in the C20. At the E corner of the stack is a brick inscribed with the letters I.W., but half concealed by plaster. If the other half has a date, this is likely to be the date of construction of the original chimney, and therefore of the main range. RCHM 8.

Listing NGR: TL8996500968

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National Grid Reference: TL 89965 00968

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