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Mid Suffolk (District Authority)
Great Finborough
National Grid Reference:
TM 01547 57962


GREAT FINBOROUGH FINBOROUGH PARK TM 05 NW 2/114 The Coach House (formerly listed with Finborough 9.12.55 Hall as stables)


A terrace of three dwellings, built mid C18 as stabling and coach house for Finborough Hall and converted c.1980. Red brick with modillioned course at eaves. At the right hand end is a stuccoed Flemish gable, possibly a C19 alteration. The left hand gable has an original brick parapet with internal end chimney. Slated roof with 12 segmental-headed casement dormers, most being felted but 3 retaining original lead cladding. At the centre of the ridge is a good original timber-framed and boarded clock tower: rusticated base, and a panel bearing a circle on each side with a clock attached to the south side. The octagonal bell turret has arcaded alternate faces, a leaded pyramid roof and a weather-vane. To right of centre on the south side is a carriage entrance with an arched head of gauged brick. A series of arches along the facade, 7 to left and 4 to right of entrance: one has a pointed arch, the others have round arches of gauged brick, linked by a band of raised brickwork at the springing level. Most arches are infilled by C20 casements and boarded doors; the left hand bay was perhaps always domestic in use, having an early C19 small-pane sash. Attached to left is a slated original lean-to with a similar arch containing an original small-pane casement.

Listing NGR: TM0154757962


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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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