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Church Farmhouse, East Lexham

A Grade II Listed Building in Lexham, Norfolk

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Latitude: 52.7198 / 52°43'11"N

Longitude: 0.7517 / 0°45'6"E

OS Eastings: 585947

OS Northings: 317120

OS Grid: TF859171

Mapcode National: GBR R8K.JVT

Mapcode Global: WHKQJ.JW6T

Plus Code: 9F42PQ92+WM

Entry Name: Church Farmhouse, East Lexham

Listing Date: 13 February 1984

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1077483

English Heritage Legacy ID: 220410

Location: Lexham, Breckland, Norfolk, PE32

County: Norfolk

Civil Parish: Lexham

Traditional County: Norfolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Norfolk

Church of England Parish: Lexham East St Andrew

Church of England Diocese: Norwich

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4/9 Church Farmhouse,
East Lexham

- II

Farmhouse. C16 or C17 timber frame infilled with brick in 1752 (according
to datestone on south gable). Extended in C19. Timber frame, brick,
re-used ashlar and flint with pantiled roofs. 2 storeys with attic.
2 storey porch of re-used asblar and flint (dog-tooth moulding on one
fragment of ashlar). 3 bays of sash windows with glazing bars and glazed
door beneath skewback arches with cambered soffits. One ground floor
facade window and north ground floor gable-end window tripartite. 2 gabled
extensions to rear. C19 crow-stepped gables. Gable-end stack and axial
stack with Victorian decorative shafts.

Listing NGR: TF8594717120

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