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25-39, Hollow Hill Road

A Grade II Listed Building in Ditchingham, Norfolk

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.4686 / 52°28'6"N

Longitude: 1.4411 / 1°26'28"E

OS Eastings: 633828

OS Northings: 291196

OS Grid: TM338911

Mapcode National: GBR WKW.C4H

Mapcode Global: VHM6G.X6QX

Entry Name: 25-39, Hollow Hill Road

Listing Date: 19 November 1998

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1245410

English Heritage Legacy ID: 471699

Location: Ditchingham, South Norfolk, Norfolk, NR35

County: Norfolk

District: South Norfolk

Civil Parish: Ditchingham

Built-Up Area: Ditchingham

Traditional County: Norfolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Norfolk

Church of England Parish: Ditchingham St Mary

Church of England Diocese: Norwich

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Listing Text

TM 39 SW DITCHINGHAM HOLLOW HILL ROAD

1898/6/10002 Nos. 25-39 (odd)

GV II


Terrace of eight bungalows built by Tayler and Green for the former Loddon Rural District Council,1951. Single storey, brick, yellow-brown (Nos 25, 33), red (No 27), and whitewashed, Nos 29, 31, 37, 39, all over tarred plinths. Black pantile roofs, scalloped wooden barge boards, yellow-brown brick chimney stacks with pitched concrete copings and clay pots. Wide frontage plans- Each unit has steel windows, one large casement with glazing bars at left, two-light plain casement window at right, and central entrance door. Projecting steel trelliswork with narrowly spaced vertical rods to right of each door identifies the individual unit within the terrace. The slight curve of the terrace, the first to be introduced by these architects into their Loddon RDC schemes, is a significant townscape element, complemented by the ornamental gable ends of the later Scudamore Place (qv) to the east of Hollow Hill Road. The planning of these houses is of interest but there are no internal features of special merit. Source: (Architect and Building News, 4 July 1947: 9-15; AR: CXXXIV (741), October 1958: 229-230; Buildings of England: North West and South Norfolk: 135-136; AA Journal, Apri11960: Tayler: 176-178; RIBA Journal, October 1947: 607-609).


Listing NGR: TM3382891196

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Description

TM 39 SW DITCHINGHAM HOLLOW HILL ROAD

1898/6/10002 Nos. 25-39 (odd)

GV II


Terrace of eight bungalows built by Tayler and Green for the former Loddon Rural District Council,1951. Single storey, brick, yellow-brown (Nos 25, 33), red (No 27), and whitewashed, Nos 29, 31, 37, 39, all over tarred plinths. Black pantile roofs, scalloped wooden barge boards, yellow-brown brick chimney stacks with pitched concrete copings and clay pots. Wide frontage plans- Each unit has steel windows, one large casement with glazing bars at left, two-light plain casement window at right, and central entrance door. Projecting steel trelliswork with narrowly spaced vertical rods to right of each door identifies the individual unit within the terrace. The slight curve of the terrace, the first to be introduced by these architects into their Loddon RDC schemes, is a significant townscape element, complemented by the ornamental gable ends of the later Scudamore Place (qv) to the east of Hollow Hill Road. The planning of these houses is of interest but there are no internal features of special merit. Source: (Architect and Building News, 4 July 1947: 9-15; AR: CXXXIV (741), October 1958: 229-230; Buildings of England: North West and South Norfolk: 135-136; AA Journal, Apri11960: Tayler: 176-178; RIBA Journal, October 1947: 607-609).


Listing NGR: TM3382891196

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