Monument record STU 030 - Stutton Hall

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Summary

A large country house which is said to have been built circa 1553 for Sir Edmund Jermy. It is timber-framed with 19th-20th century red brick facing and 19th-20th century west extensions; the roofs are of red plain tiles. The original house has a gabled wing to the north-east and also has three noteworthy chimneystacks.

Location

Grid reference Centred TM 140 337 (877m by 1435m) (Centred on)
Map sheet TM13SW
Civil Parish STUTTON, BABERGH, SUFFOLK

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Full Description

Stutton Hall, said to have been built by Sir Edmund Jermy in 1553. Originally timber-framed with brick chimneys, but rebuilt in brick in late C19 and early C20, with alterations and additions on W side. Early Tudor chimneys still extant. Walled garden on N side, with pinnacles and gatehouse (S1)(R1).
Park only approximately delimited on HER map, includes approach avenue and screen belts of trees to N of house and river frontage to S. Details to follow (R1).

Sources/Archives (6)

  • <S1> Bibliographic reference: Pevsner N & Radcliffe E. 1974. The Buildings of England: Suffolk. Pevsner N & Radcliffe E, The Buildings of England, Suffolk, 1981, 450.
  • <R1> (No record type): Williamson T, Survey of Historic Parks and Gardens in Suffolk, 1993.
  • <S2> Index: DoE. List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. Samford Rural District, JUL-1950.
  • <S3> Index: DoE. List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. Babergh, 23-FEB-1989.
  • <S4> Digital archive: Historic England. National Record Of the Historic Environment.
  • <S5> Index: Historic England. Related Archives/Objects from NRHE. BF106260 STUTTON HALL, STUTTON PARK, STUTTON.

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Record last edited

May 5 2021 9:19AM

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