Monument record HXN 009 - Chickering Corner Farm
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|Grid reference||Centred TM 205 764 (95m by 118m)|
|Civil Parish||HOXNE, MID SUFFOLK, SUFFOLK|
Type and Period (3)
Moat. Fragments, one side only complete. Occupied, isolated, close to parish boundary.
The timber-framed aisled hall house at the site dates to c.1500, with the east bay being of very high quality and containing carved figures. The west bay was rebuilt in the 16th C and a another range was built at right angles to the original house.
A 16th C timber-framed barn in also present at the site, which has a moulded mid rail on the side facing the house (S1).
- <S1> SSF54654 Bibliographic reference: Eavesdropper: The Newsletter of the Suffolk Historic Buildings Group. 1996 (8).
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Record last edited
Jan 29 2014 3:45PM