Listed Building: CREPPING HALL (277523)

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Grade II
Volume/Map/Item 277523
Date assigned 22 February 1955
Date last amended


TM 13 SW STUTTON CREPPING HALL DRIVE 4/71 Crepping Hall 22/2/55 GV II House. C18 front range, C16 or earlier core, with C19/C20 extensions. Red brick front range, hipped red plain tiled roof with 2 gabled dormers. Terracotta ridge finials. 2 storeys and attics. Of 5 bays the centre bay breaks forward. Parapet, band and central band. Ball finials to angles. 2:1:2 window range of vertically sliding sashes, small panes to upper sashes, first floor central tripartite Venetian window, moulded round head with keystone to centre light, moulded cornices to side lights. Central doorway flanked by side lights. Rusticated pilasters, console brackets to cornice, dentilled and moulded open pediment, 6-panel door, round-headed fanlight with tracery. Left and right rear return wings, red brick, red plain tiled roofs, rear chimneystack to left range, forward of ridge stack to right range, each with 2-window range of C20 small paned casements. 'The Manor of Crepping Hall, Suffolk was granted to Humfry Wingfield in 1538 and to Thomas Seckford in 1562'. Kirby's 'Suffolk Traveller', date unknown, 'The Manor previously belonged to Colne Priory, Essex', White's Suffolk, 1844. Listing NGR: TM1489934057

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Grid reference TM 14899 34057 (point)
Map sheet TM13SW

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