Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1352338

Date first listed: 18-Apr-1988

Statutory Address: PANTILES


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Statutory Address: PANTILES

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County: Suffolk

District: Mid Suffolk (District Authority)

Parish: Rattlesden

National Grid Reference: TL 97246 56572


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RATTLESDEN HIGH TOWN GREEN TL 95 NE 3/95 Pantiles - - II House, C15 with alterations of late C16 and late C18. The hall and service cells of a 3-cell open hall house. 2 storeys (until c.1800 of one storey with attics). Timber-framed and plastered; the south gable encased in C19 red brick and the north gable partly weatherboarded. Roman pantiled roof. An axial late C16 or early C17 chimney of red brick. 3-light C18 casements with leaded lights at 1st storey, mid CiO casements below. Pantiled C19/C20 gabled entrance porch with boarded door. A 2-bay open hall, with heavy close- studding of C15 character: at the upper end is a dais beam with a suite of mouldings and bold embattling. The posts remain from the open truss, which has otherwise been removed. One of the service rooms has roughly-formed unchamfered floor joists. In late C16, a wide open fireplace was positioned backing onto the cross-entry (remodelled in C20), and an upper floor of chamfered floor joists inserted in the hall. Circa 1800, the external walls were raised by about a metre and a new roof built at a lower pitch. The parlour cell once standing at the right hand end was also removed.

Listing NGR: TL9724656572


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Legacy System number: 280848

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