|Type of record:||Building|
|Name:||Pitt Farm post medieval farmhouse and barns|
Post medieval farmhouse dated to 16th to 17th century. There are reports of a panelled room inside the farmhouse which was imported from another building. Legends associate the farmhouse with Anne Boleyn. There are also several large brick and flint barns to the south of the farmhouse that are probably of a slightly later date.
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|Grid Reference:||TG 1166 3714|
|Parish:||BACONSTHORPE, NORTH NORFOLK, NORFOLK|
26 July 1992. Visited
Farmhouse. Gable end on to road. Facade to east rendered, Three bays two storeys, also brick ovolo mullioned three light window exposed on upper floor. Small rear wing along road has been raised from one to two storeys, fossilizing brick gable springer; there are blocked long-low windows in the heightening, suggesting 16th-17th century or two phases of early 17th century work. Large brick and flint barns to south, apparently of later date.
E. Rose (NLA), 27 July 1992
Source (S1) reports a panelled room inside, the panelling not originally made to fit the location, which local legend has associated with Anne Boleyn.
E.Rose (NLA) 24 September 1997.
Photographic record received. Threshing barn has grain dryers inside. It has an 18th century roof with wedge-tenoned butt purlins, lapjointed collars and straight wind braces. Honey comb ventilation in gable -end. Stable with plastered ceiling between closely spaced joists suggesting that upper floor may originally have been a granary. Mangers and hay racks intact. Shelter sheds with mangers.
S. Heywood (HES), 11 November 2014
- BARN (Post Medieval - 1540 AD to 1900 AD)
- HOUSE (Post Medieval - 1540 AD to 1900 AD)
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