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Lower Farmhouse

A Grade II Listed Building in Happisburgh, Norfolk

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Latitude: 52.8097 / 52°48'34"N

Longitude: 1.5439 / 1°32'38"E

OS Eastings: 638939

OS Northings: 329454

OS Grid: TG389294

Mapcode National: GBR XH3.TBQ

Mapcode Global: WHMSS.PMDX

Plus Code: 9F43RG5V+VH

Entry Name: Lower Farmhouse

Listing Date: 11 May 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1049980

English Heritage Legacy ID: 224256

Location: Happisburgh, North Norfolk, Norfolk, NR12

County: Norfolk

Civil Parish: Happisburgh

Traditional County: Norfolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Norfolk

Church of England Parish: Happisburgh St Mary

Church of England Diocese: Norwich

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TG 32 NE
7/41 Lower Farmhouse
- II

Farmhouse. Early C18 with late C18 facade. Brick and flint. Thatched roofs.
T plan. Facade of 2 storeys in 3 bays. Central door behind C20 timber porch.
Small glazed hall lights right and left. Fenestration of horned sashes with
glazing bars. Dentil eaves cornice below gabled roof. Internal gable end
stacks. Gables constructed of flint, raised in brick and set upon brick
kneelers. Earlier rear wing of one storey and dormer attic. North side
partly hidden by later outshuts. Single dormer with casement under thatch.
Gabled roof with rendered ridge stack. South side pierced by 2 C20 casements.
Gabled dormer with casements. East gable on kneelers.

Listing NGR: TG3893929454

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