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Epping Forest (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TQ 48394 96913


TQ 49 NE LAMBOURNE ONGAR ROAD, 2/9 Patch Park II Late medieval hall house altered in C17, C19 and C20. Timber framed, plastered, roofed with handmade red clay tiles. Aligned approx. E-W with 2 2-bay crosswings, jettied to the S, external chimney stacks to E and W. Hall completely rebuilt in late C17, as 2-storeys with attics. Extra crosswing added to E, C18/19. N of hall block extended in C19, forming a catslide roof. Single storey ancillary building with hipped roof to SE, C20. S elevation, jetties plastered over on both crosswings, roof of E crosswing lower than W. Plain boarded door in tiled gabled porch, 3 casement windows, all C20. 3 more on first floor,'and one in a tiled gabled dormer. 'N elevation, painted brickwork to first-floor level, plastered above. Boarded door in 4-centred head, late C19/early C20, in tiled gabled porch, 3 C20 casement windows, 2 more on first floor. In wing to E, blind arched recess. Some exposed framing in middle section only. Exposed joists of deep section over ground floor. Plain- chamfered beams with lamb's tongue stops over first floor. Butt-purlin roof, purlins joggled to accommodate originalsdormer. Crosswing roofs not accessible,'but probably of crownpost construction. It is clear that the E crosswing was the service end of a typical medieval house, and that the present N and S doors perpetuate the line of the original cross-entry, without retaining its structure. Originally the front of the house was to the S, now the garden elevation. -The W crosswing was the original parlour/solar end. Most of the structure of the 2 crosswings is probably present within the plaster.

Listing NGR: TQ4839496913


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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: 27 Oct 1999
Reference: IOE01/01022/31
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr G.S. Allbright. Source Historic England Archive
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