Building record LVM 061 - Barn at the Hall, Hall Road, Lavenham

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Post-medieval range of stables.


Grid reference Centred TL 9123 4912 (43m by 46m)
Map sheet TL94NW


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Full Description

Technical analysis revealed a division of the entire range into three structural phases, though all are broadly contemporary, dating to the mid- to later 19th century. Differences may be related to varying use, with more expense and better construction invested into probable original stabling at the centre and to the east of the range. The western bays appear to have been open originally, as probable cart sheds. The whole building has suffered much modification with conversion into stabling, though the historic roofs and a few early fixtures and fittings survive (S1).

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <S1> Unpublished document: Prosser, L; Collins, T; Thompson, P.. 2010. Barn at the Hall, Hall Road, Lavenham, Suffolk. Historic Building Appraisal, LVM 061.

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Record last edited

Dec 9 2019 2:51PM

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