|Type of record:||Building|
This timber-framed house has three cells, two storeys and an attic. It probably dates to the mid 16th century, although the mullion windows may be replacements dating to around 1600. Inside, there is an ornate first floor hall with braced queenposts. During the stripping of the house in 2001 it was discovered that parts had been rebuilt in the early 17th century, and that it had originally been of lobby entrance plan.
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|Grid Reference:||TM 1846 9450|
|Parish:||THARSTON, SOUTH NORFOLK, NORFOLK|
Timber framed house, three cell, two storey and attic with ornate first floor hall with braced queenposts. Possibly mid 16th century, mullioned windows may be replacement of circa 1600. Part of screen remains set in wall. Main fireplace altered in 17th century. Later sub divisions.
See report in file.
E. Rose (NLA) 10 November 2000.
January 2001. Further stripping of house revealed that the end of the parlour chamber had been rebuilt in the early 17th century when the windows were remodelled. The 'screen' is in fact reset panelling moved when the service rooms were later extended; the house was originally on a lobby entrance plan. See further report.
E. Rose (NLA) 17 January 2001.
- HOUSE (Post Medieval to Modern - 1540 AD to 2050 AD)
- TIMBER FRAMED HOUSE (Post Medieval to Modern - 1540 AD to 2050 AD)
Associated Finds - none
Sources and further reading
|---||Secondary File: Secondary file. |
|<S1>||Article in serial: Gurney, D. and Penn, K. (eds). 2002. Excavations and Surveys in Norfolk, 2001. Norfolk Archaeology. Vol XLIV Pt I pp 162-177. p 176. |
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