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Hutton Hall and Attached Stable Block

A Grade II* Listed Building in Brentwood, Essex

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.6253 / 51°37'30"N

Longitude: 0.3596 / 0°21'34"E

OS Eastings: 563430

OS Northings: 194464

OS Grid: TQ634944

Mapcode National: GBR NKF.1RB

Mapcode Global: VHJKL.5DZX

Plus Code: 9F32J9G5+4V

Entry Name: Hutton Hall and Attached Stable Block

Listing Date: 21 October 1958

Last Amended: 9 December 1994

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1280481

English Heritage Legacy ID: 373398

Location: Hutton, Brentwood, Essex, CM13

County: Essex

District: Brentwood

Electoral Ward/Division: Hutton East

Parish: Non Civil Parish

Traditional County: Essex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Essex

Church of England Parish: Hutton All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Chelmsford

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Description



BRENTWOOD

TQ69SW CHURCH LANE, Hutton
723-1/9/191 (East side)
21/10/58 Hutton Hall and attached stable
block
(Formerly Listed as:
CHURCH LANE, Hutton
Hutton Hall)

GV II*

House. C17, C18, c1900, C20. Narrow red bricks (0.064-0.057m,
2.5-2.25 inches thick) in English bond, peg tile roof. Plan of
3 conjoined parallel gabled ranges, aligned NS.
EXTERIOR: 2 storey and attic. W range projects at S end. NW
front elevation, rectangular block with 3 equal gables with
shaped brick copings, C18 and C19 stacks rise from W flank
wall and between central and E gable, string courses above and
below first floor windows also brick plinth. 7 window range,
2:3:2, flush sashes within wide frames and thick glazing bars,
ground floor 3x5 panes, first floor 3x4 panes. No voussoir
support over any present window. Late C19 round window with 4
keystones and architrave, centre hinged with radial glazing
bars in each gable and above each are older straight window
voussoirs. Central wooden front door-case has open dentilled
segmental pediment and dentilled entablature with Ionic
columns and pilasters. Door has upper glazing, 3x5 panes and 2
lower fielded panels. First-floor window above has swag with
basal scroll on each side. Ground-floor window at E end has
doorway inserted c1900, plain surround, door similar to
central front door. On W end of ground floor, a voussoired
window head, straight joint in brick and wooden sill indicate
past alteration. Rear, S elevation similar to front but with W
gable projection with lower C19 2-storeyed continuation in
similar style. 3 gables have 2-light casements with glazing
bars, 4x4 panes, voussoired heads. W and central windows are
not central to their gables. String courses and windows as on
front elevation, 4 sash windows 3x4 panes on first floor, one
with rudimentary voussoirs. Ground floor in central unit early
C19 segment headed window with reeded frame, triple sashes
with glazing bars, 1x5,4x5,1x5 panes. Stacks to rise in gable
gullies and one in roof pitch to E of centre gable apex. E
side elevation continues system of front and rear, 4 window
range, also parapet and central 4-light flat roofed dormer
window behind, each light of 2x2 panes. W elevation to stable
yard similar to E end elevation but at N end also kneelers to
coping at ends. Large C19 projecting stack and elevation shows
considerable disturbance by alterations. Ground floor, N-S,
blocked window, C19 double sash window with glazing bars, each
2x4 panes, voussoired head cut into string course, 3 sash
windows with glazing bars, 3x4 panes. First floor, N-S,
blocked window with voussoired head, voussoired sash window
with glazing bars, 4x4 panes, double sash window as on ground
floor. Window aperture now with door through to fire escape
stair, second 4x4 paired sash window, small C19 segment headed
sash window with glazing bars, 2x4 panes behind parapet,
dormer with double casement and a flat headed dormer of 3
casement lights. C19 extension to S in red brick and similar
in style to C17 house. Some older brickwork similar to that of
C17 house on E side. W end elevation, gable with moulded brick
coping and kneelers, mid height string course. 3 window range,
all sash windows with glazing bars, 3x4 panes - ground floor
deeper than first floor, 3x3 paned sash window in attic gable.
E side irregular fenestration with fully glazed conservatory
and lean-to shed with pantiled roof. 2 sash windows, with
glazing bars, one 3x4, one 3x2 panes. First floor, S end,
blank windows to N 2 sash windows with glazing bars, 3x4
panes. W side elevation, 3 window range, all windows with
glazing bars, 3x4 panes, ground floor has central window with
door each side, N door segment headed, door has lower bead
moulded flush panels and upper glazing with glazing bars, 2x3
panes. S door cut into old window aperture, heavy door frame,
door has 9 panels, central one glazed.
INTERIOR: entrance hall of c1700, octagonal white stone paving
with grey stone interstices, moulded joists of C18 type but
appearing to follow the earlier C17 joist system, a central
Ionic column and a lesser column have been inserted to support
the principal joists. C18 panelling, large wooden chimney
piece with C17 carved panels but c1900 framing. Open string
staircase of early C18 type with twisted and fluted balusters,
shaped handrail and carved tread brackets - construction
suggests c1900 date. A rear room has C18 style `Gothic'
panelling but anomalies suggest c1900 for construction.
Several C18 style fireplaces. First floor, front central
section reorganised as an interior conservatory/garden room.
One room has inserted panelling of c1600. In the house are
several C18 doors with fielded panels, also panelled walls.
Attic roof, heavy C17 joggled butt side purlin construction.
STABLE YARD on W side of house enclosed on S and W sides,
buildings abut C19 extension to house at SE corner. All
buildings C19 - W side (backing on to garden wall), 2 similar
blocks with way to garden between, red brick with gable
kneelers, C20 roof with flat tiles. N block has 2 segment head
doorways with stable doors, yard in front paved with C19
bricks. S end gable has segment headed casement window 4x1
panes and low door. S block has 2 segment headed doorways, one
with C19 boarded door, one with C20 door with upper glazed
panel. N end gable has a segment headed sash window with
glazing bars, 3x2 panes.
INTERIOR: fireplace with rear stack. Mounting block of brick,
3 steps and top platform of York stone in yard against N end
of E wall. At N end of range, considerably altered, coach
house with fireplace on N end wall. S end of yard, coach house
and stable building across whole width similar to other yard
buildings. To W end, C19 boarded stable door and casement
window with glazing bars, 3x2 panes, 4 stalls within. To E
end, coach house, now open fronted, also fixed window with
glazing bars, 4x2 panes, wooden boarding below, also C20
boarded door.
HISTORICAL NOTE: the house stands at the N end of a large
rectangular moat, now partly infilled. It, no doubt represents
the last house of a series built on the site and demonstrates
the continual alterations that can occur, especially when
there are periods of wealth, here, in the C17 (basic
construction), in the C18 (insertion of windows, front door
case and interior doors, fireplaces and panelling) and c1900
(round windows in gables, hall fireplace `Gothic' room and
staircase.) An engraving of the house is contained in
Muilman's History of Essex, 1769-72. Hutton Hall and stable,
with the walled garden (qv) form a group.


Listing NGR: TQ6343094464

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