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Holly Farm House

A Grade II Listed Building in Stibbard, Norfolk

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Latitude: 52.8155 / 52°48'55"N

Longitude: 0.9427 / 0°56'33"E

OS Eastings: 598402

OS Northings: 328278

OS Grid: TF984282

Mapcode National: GBR S8Z.K3S

Mapcode Global: WHLRC.GH3D

Entry Name: Holly Farm House

Listing Date: 6 March 1984

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1153131

English Heritage Legacy ID: 223997

Location: Stibbard, North Norfolk, Norfolk, NR21

County: Norfolk

District: North Norfolk

Civil Parish: Stibbard

Traditional County: Norfolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Norfolk

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Listing Text


5/80 Holly Farm House.


Former farm house. Dated 1738. Red brick with black glazed pantiled roof.
2 storeys with attics, 5 bays. 4 ground floor sashes with cambered brick
arches. 5 first-floor sashes all with glazing bars, C20. Central door
with architrave and pentice porch, C20. First floor platband, dentil eaves
cornice. 3 C20 dormers, with glazing bars. Parapeted gables with tumbling
and end stacks. Date in east gable with platband at attic floor level.

Listing NGR: TF9840228278

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