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Latitude: 52.1914 / 52°11'29"N
Longitude: 1.2114 / 1°12'41"E
OS Eastings: 619599
OS Northings: 259656
OS Grid: TM195596
Mapcode National: GBR VMK.M39
Mapcode Global: VHLB7.Y59X
Entry Name: 133, the Street
Listing Date: 22 September 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1033060
English Heritage Legacy ID: 279674
Location: Framsden, Mid Suffolk, Suffolk, IP14
District: Mid Suffolk
Civil Parish: Framsden
Traditional County: Suffolk
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Suffolk
Church of England Parish: Framsden St Mary
Church of England Diocese: St.Edmundsbury and Ipswich
FRAMSDEN THE STREET
TM 15 NE
4/55 No 133
House, built in 2 stages: a mid C16 open hall, and an early C17 parlour block.
1 storey with attics, and 2 storeys with attics. Timber-framed and plastered;
the hall to right was partially rebuilt in C19 red brick, now painted.
Thatched roof above hall, with one eyebrow casement dormer. Pantiled roof to
parlour block: a gable was added in mid C19 to give the illusion of a
crosswing. Axial chimney of red brick, the shaft rebuilt in C19 in the
Helmingham Estate style. Various mainly C19 small-pane casements. Boarded
entrance door with small gabled C20 porch. Modest and greatly altered open
hall: at the open truss is a tie-beam with evidence for long arch-braces.
Complete smoke-blackened coupled-rafter roof with unusually slender pole
rafters. In early C17, the original service cell was demolished and a parlour
block put in its place. This has chamfered floor-joists laid flat, close-
studding with evidence for glazed windows, and clasped-purlin roof. Altered
back-to-back open fireplaces, one lintel being ovolo-moulded; newel staircase
in two flights. The hall was partitioned at the open truss and floored over,
a new cross-entry (now blocked) being formed, and the right-hand bay becoming
a service cell.
Listing NGR: TM1959959656
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