Listed Building: LANGLEYS NEWHOUSE (283170)

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Grade II*
Volume/Map/Item 283170
Date assigned 19 December 1961
Date last amended


1. HAWKEDON HAWKEDON 2006 19.12.61. Langley's Newhouse TL 85 SW.8/257 II* 2. A C16 timber-framed and plastered house probably built by John Langley who was rector of Hawkedon in 1546. The house was well restored by Basil Oliver, with windows in the old style, mullioned casements with leaded lights. 2 storeys and attics. Roof tiled, with a tall 4-shafted chimney stack with round shafts with moulded ornamentation and spur caps. The interior has open fireplaces with interesting plaster work having roundels with vineleaf pattersn and traces of colour. There is also a vertical plank panelled screen (original). Listing NGR: TL8041953834

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  • Digital archive: Historic England. National Record Of the Historic Environment. HOB UID: 382373.



Grid reference TL 8041 5383 (point)
Map sheet TL85SW

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Apr 12 2022 10:40AM

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