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Mid Suffolk (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TM 12733 78231


STUSTON OLD BURY ROAD (NORTH SIDE) TM 17 NW 2/107 Stuston Place Farm House - -- II

Farmhouse. c.1600, extended C18, cased, extended, part raised and altered mid C19. Timber frame. Largely cased and extended in red brick, some plastering. Steeply pitched machine tiled roofs. Originally an L on plan with kitchen/dairy additions to left to form a T. 2 storeys and attics. Front range is 2 large cells with a central entrance into a cross passage behind hall stack. C19 part glazed, part panelled recessed door, doorcase with panelled jambs, bracketed cornice with pendant drops. To left a 1 storey canted sashed bay window with cornice to flat head, to right and on first floor recessed single glazing bar sashes, ground floor gauged brick flat arched head with stone key block. Plinth, boxed eaves. Cross axial ridge stacks rebuilt with oversailing caps, at original left end and to right of entrance. Roof raised to front, lower eaves to rear, right gable end attic sash. Main block to rear and inner return of parlour wing have sashes in red brick with some C20 casements, ground floor French windows and a cross passage door opening into a C20 conservatory. 2 bay parlour wing extending to rear left has slightly higher ridge and eaves with a hip to rear. Outer elevation is plastered with a large external stack with offsets. C18 kitchen addition to left front is 2 storeys with a lower ridge and shallower pitch to roof. Red brick to front, an entrance to right, mixed fenestration, ground floor cambered heads, plastered to rear. Further extended to left in C19 with a ridge stack between 2 builds. Interior: ovolo moulded cross axial binding beams throughout, hall has close studding, an original large window frame, ovolo moulded with king mullion, intermediate diamond mullions, parlour has shaped jowled storey posts, ogee stop chamfered binding beam in kitchen, double side purlin roofs, butt purlins, curved windbraces, upper clasped purlins to front range. Attached to kitchen wing and projecting forward into yard is a C19 1 storey outbuilding, rendered clay lump with quoined red brick dressings, slate roof. 3 bay dairy with 2 entrances and a stack, a range of sheds with 2 doors, mixed casements.

Listing NGR: TM1273378231


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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: 05 Apr 2005
Reference: IOE01/13364/08
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Michael Parker. Source Historic England Archive
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