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Latitude: 52.8183 / 52°49'6"N
Longitude: 0.7532 / 0°45'11"E
OS Eastings: 585624
OS Northings: 328086
OS Grid: TF856280
Mapcode National: GBR R7D.C75
Mapcode Global: WHKQ4.JFW7
Entry Name: Pynkney Hall and Entrance Courtyard Walls
Listing Date: 30 November 1951
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1049280
English Heritage Legacy ID: 223909
Location: Tattersett, North Norfolk, Norfolk, PE31
District: North Norfolk
Civil Parish: Tattersett
Traditional County: Norfolk
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Norfolk
Church of England Parish: Tattersett All Saints and St Andrew
Church of England Diocese: Norwich
TF 82 NE TATTERSETT TATTERFORD
6/77 Pynkney Hall and
30/11/51 Entrance courtyard
Country House. History dating from 1587, now a C17 house encased in a mid
Georgian north front and "Queen Anne" south by Ewan Christian architect (1888).
Entrance front 3 storeys with 3 bay centre and 2 slightly recessed brick arches
with glazing bars replacing 1888 plate glass. Central single storey brick porch
with rusticated quoins, rubbed brick arch, cornice and parapet. Ground-floor
brick plinth, first and second floor brick platbands, eaves and dentil cornice,
central pediment with stone lozenge with datestone 1587. Hipped roofs and 2
ridge stacks. Strongly mid C18 character of this facade suggest a reproduction
of facade extant in 1888. Interior first floor west with panelled rooms of
middle and second hald of C17, centre with panelling of c1700. Rear arranged as
3 3 storey Dutch gabled wings in unexceptional "Queen Anne" or Domestic Revival
style with partly glazing-bar sashes. Attached to entrance facade to east and
west flint curtain walls C17 with brick lozenges, coped brick parapets and brick
end piers with ball finials c1700.
Listing NGR: TF8562428086
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