Building record WRE 024 - Wrentham Hall

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18th C rectory


Grid reference Centred TM 4885 8301 (13m by 23m)
Map sheet TM48SE


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Full Description

18th C brick rectory which has been much altered through time. In the 19th C a number of alterations and extensions were carried out to the house. In the early 20th C, many of the existing ranges were demolished, significantly reducing the size of the building. However in the 1950's the house was once again extended. As a reuslt of these alterations, many of this building's historic feature have been lost. The building once stood within a designed landscape but this has again been lost. Historic maps show that in the 18th C a barn, two stables (one of which was later converted into a coahc house) and a cart shed stood in the grounds of the rectory, but these have since been demolished (S1).

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <S1> Unpublished document: Edwards,P & Darwin, J. 2012. Wrentham Hall, Church Corner, Wrentham, Suffolk: Heritage Assessment.

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Record last edited

Sep 11 2012 3:19PM

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