House. Early C18 and early C20. Red brick and plain tile hipped roofs with four brick stacks. First and second floor brick bands. white painted dentilled eaves cornice. H-plan with early C20 wing to north. Two storeys. West elevation of four bays. Three right hand bays originally symmetrical with the outer bays projecting. Recessed centre bay now has projecting early C20 brick porch with plain stone entablature and dentilled pediment. Keyed round-arched doorway flanked by pilasters. Plank door and glazed overlight. Top hung casements on either side with leaded lights. Three-light wooden casement window above with transom. Gauged brick lintel with keyblock. Left hand bay has a similar 3-light window to ground and first floor and right bay has a similar window to the first floor. The one to the ground floor has been replaced by an early C20 canted bay. Two hipped-roof dormers on projecting bays. Early C20 wing to left has projecting flat roofed ground floor bay with early C18 style cross window. Early C18 style 2-light window above. Roof dormer. Garden elevation has similar 3 and 4-light windows with transoms. Left hand bay has to the ground floor an early C20 bow window. Attached to the north east corner is an early C18 outbuilding said to have been an oast house. Pitched roof with one brick gable stack. Brick bands and dentilled eaves cornice. Two storeys with 3-light casement window under segment head to west. Blind openings and ventilation holes to north and south. Interior of house has oak panelled entrance hall and open well staircase rising through three storeys. Panelling continues to first floor. The staircase has closed string, turned balusters and ramped handrail. C17 style panelling. Stone flag floor to entrance hall, and raised and fielded panel doors. Curved C17 overmantel, possibly German. The sitting room has a Flemish style chimneypiece. Dining room has a neo-Jacobean chimneypiece incorporating genuine fragments. Early C18 back staircase with turned balusters.
Listing NGR: SK1221833872
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