Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1351352

Date first listed: 07-May-1954

Date of most recent amendment: 02-Oct-1984

Statutory Address: WAMIL HALL


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Statutory Address: WAMIL HALL

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

County: Suffolk

District: Forest Heath (District Authority)

Parish: Mildenhall

National Grid Reference: TL 69557 74403


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8/86 Wamil Hall (Formerly listed under 7.5.54 General - II

House, late C16, with truncations and alterations of c.1900 and c.1955, both following serious fires. Probably built for Sir Henry Warner (d.1617). From the south (garden) front:- 2 storeys, partly with attics. The range to left of clunch, formerly rendered, with limestone dressings; set-forward plinth of red brick with limestone dressings. Parapet gables with moulded limestone copings and ball finials on plinths. To right is a brick-nogged timber-framed service wing of 2 bays; to right again is a rendered extension probably of c.1900. Plaintiled roofs with C20 hipped plaintiled casement dormers. 3 axial C16 or C17 chimneys of red brick with square flues; moulded caps and bases, perhaps restored. The left-hand range has a number of limestone windows with moulded mullions and labels above. To left is the truncated walling of the destroyed central staircase block. The north entrance front has 6 C16 limestone mullioned windows and central entrance doorway with square moulded head and label above; boarded and battened original oak door. One room has full oak wainscotting and good fireplace surround, all of c.1900, but perhaps with fragments of earlier work; moulded 1st floor beams of C16.

Listing NGR: TL6955774403


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Legacy System number: 275897

Legacy System: LBS

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