Building record WNF 030 - Valley Farm

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Late 15th C- early 16th C timber-framed house with later modifications


Grid reference Centred TM 4336 7808 (9m by 24m)
Map sheet TM47NW


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Full Description

This is a timber-framed building, constructed in the later 15th C to early 16th C. It originally had a three-cell structure with a central hall, a south parlour with a chamber above and a north service cell. A brick chimney was inserted at a later date into the south cell and the roof was re-formed and rebuilt in a purling form. The central hall was rebuilt in the late 17th C to create two floors and the roof was rebuilt in a purling form. A cellar was also inserted below the north cell (S1).

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <S1> Unpublished document: Greening, A.. 2005. Valley Farm, at The Henham Estate, Suffolk: An Historic-Assessment Report.

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Record last edited

Nov 3 2011 8:55AM

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