Building record THB 042 - Theberton Hall

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Theberton Hall built in 18th century with 19th century alterations which were demolished in 1920s.


Grid reference Centred TM 4330 6617 (25m by 21m)
Map sheet TM46NW


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Grade II listed building. House. 1792, for George Doughty. Extensive alterations and additions 1852 in Italian Renaissance style; these additions mostly demolished 1920's. Yellow brick, stone and stucco ornament. 2-storeys. 5 window range, 2:1:2, the centre bay set forward slightly. Sashes with glazing bars, stucco architraves. Central doorway: porch with square pillars and Ionic columns; 6-panel door with shouldered architrave. First floor string course. Central window with segmental pediment on console brackets. Projecting stone cornice with heavy brackets; parapet with motto "PALMA NON SINE PVLVERE" over centre bay and embellished coat of arms above. Roof not visible. Single-storey wing to left hand side, part of C19 extensions. Right hand return front with curved 3 window bay; pierced stone balcony supported on paired Tuscan columns. Home of Charles Montagu Doughty (1843-1926), author of 'Travels in Arabia Deserta' (S1).

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <S1> Digital archive: English Heritage. Listed Buildings Online. National Ref: 1287529.

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Record last edited

Jan 14 2019 1:06PM

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