Building record MKS 019 - Monk Soham Hall

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Grade II listed 16th/17th century timber-framed hall, built in several phases with 19th century altrations.


Grid reference Centred TM 2148 6525 (20m by 24m)
Map sheet TM26NW


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Manor farmhouse. Mainly C16 and C17, in several phases. C19 alterations. A 2-cell main range with cross-wing to left, extending to rear. The cross-wing was service accommodation, the front section probably down-graded to this function at a later date. Timber framed. The main range is cased in late C18 or early C19 red brick to front and right gable end. Remainder plastered, with some colourwashed brick casing to side wall of cross-wing. Remains of simple pargetting to gable end of wing. Plaintiled roof. See S1 for more details.

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  • <S1> Digital archive: English Heritage. Listed Buildings Online. National Ref: 1300912.

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Record last edited

Jul 3 2018 12:00PM

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