ALL SAINTS' COTTAGE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1352622

Date first listed: 27-Apr-1987

Statutory Address: ALL SAINTS' COTTAGE, ALL SAINTS' COMMON

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Location

Statutory Address: ALL SAINTS' COTTAGE, ALL SAINTS' COMMON

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

County: Suffolk

District: Waveney (District Authority)

Parish: All Saints and St. Nicholas, South Elmham

National Grid Reference: TM 34269 82235

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History

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Details

SOUTH ELMHAM ALL SAINTS' COMMON TM 38 SW ALL SAINTS & ST. NICHOLAS

4/23 All Saints' Cottage -

- II

Former farmhouse to Green Farm. Mid and late C16. 2 storeys; basic 2-cell lobby-entrance plan, in 5 bays, with a service bay added in the late C16, and a further mid-C20 extension, both at the south-west end. Timber-framed and roughcast-rendered; plaintiled roof. 3-light and 2-light C20 casement windows in traditional style. C20 porch and door. The internal chimney-stack has a plain shaft of Tudor red bricks. Good studding exposed inside, with a middle rail and cranked reversed braces, those in the side walls very large. In the parlour, the main beams and joists both have multiple roll-mouldings; in the hall, a main beam with plain chamfer and cut-off stops, and shaped post-heads. One 3-light original window with mullions of octagonal section, and another very small original opening, with a small bar only. The main part of the house has a queen-post roof in 5 bays: queen-posts with shaped heads, cambered collars, very thin braces; common rafters apparently renewed. The added later bay has a much-altered clasped purlin roof.

Listing NGR: TM3426982235

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 282283

Legacy System: LBS

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