ALDERSYDE, THE COTTAGE AND ADJOINING COTTAGE

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1352374
Date first listed:
29-Jul-1955
Date of most recent amendment:
14-Apr-1988
Statutory Address:
ALDERSYDE, THE COTTAGE AND ADJOINING COTTAGE, LOW STREET

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Location

Statutory Address:
ALDERSYDE, THE COTTAGE AND ADJOINING COTTAGE, LOW STREET

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

County:
Suffolk
District:
Mid Suffolk (District Authority)
Parish:
Hoxne
National Grid Reference:
TM1802477285

Details

HOXNE LOW STREET (west side) TM 17 NE 7/102 Aldersyde, The Cottage & adjoining cottage to north 29.7.55 (previously listed as Aldersyde, Two cottages adjoining Aldersyde) GV II Originally one dwelling, now 3 cottages. C16, in several phases, with later alterations. Timber framed and plastered, with old panelled plasterwork to front. Pantiled roof. 2 storeys. A single long range with continuous jetty to road frontage. 5 windows, mainly C18 3-light casements. Set forward to extreme right is a C19 plastered and gabled one-storey addition with old 4- light window. In the centre of the range is a canted small-paned former shop window of c.1800. Aldersyde has a C19 4-panel door, The Cottage has a C19 4- panel raised and fielded door, right hand cottage has a C20 door; all are reached by short flights of steps. 2 internal stacks, that to left an C18 insertion with cross-axial shaft. The frame is in 7 bays. There is evidence for extensive remodelling during C16, the rear wall older than the remainder. End bay to left (bay 1) was a carriage entrance, the upper floor set high; later infilling, with a false jetty to match the remainder. Bays 2 and 7 have one-bay rooms with roll-moulded axial bridging beams and moulded end cornices; chamfered joists are exposed in bay 2. Bays 4 and 5 comprise a single cell with roll-moulded cross-beams and cornices. Bay 3 has substantial plain joists, with no evidence for a partition dividing it from the adjacent 2-bay room. Bay 6 is occupied by the stack. Bay 4 has open trusses on each side, one with straight tie beam braces, unusual in C16. Good quality studding with reverse-curved braces. Evidence for many C16 windows, 2 to rear with exposed chamfered mullions; front wall has sills of 2 first floor oriel windows. The Cottage has open ground floor fireplace with original lintol. C18 roof with 2 rows of stepped butt purlins.

Listing NGR: TM1802477285

Legacy

The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.

Legacy System number:
281043
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

End of official listing

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Date: 12 Feb 2003
Reference: IOE01/10184/01
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Eric Crabtree. Source Historic England Archive
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