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Latitude: 51.5814 / 51°34'52"N
Longitude: 0.6988 / 0°41'55"E
OS Eastings: 587083
OS Northings: 190395
OS Grid: TQ870903
Mapcode National: GBR QNX.X1G
Mapcode Global: VHKHF.2J82
Entry Name: Wall Enclosing a Garden to the North, West and South of Rochford Hall with a Spur Wall Running from the Northern Boundary Towards the Ruin of the North Western Angle Turret with Barns Attached to Nort
Listing Date: 27 July 1959
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1307122
English Heritage Legacy ID: 123201
Location: Rochford, Rochford, Essex, SS4
Civil Parish: Rochford
Built-Up Area: Rochford
Traditional County: Essex
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Essex
Church of England Parish: Rochford St Andrew
Church of England Diocese: Chelmsford
ROCHFORD HALL ROAD
14/210 Rochford Hall. Wall
enclosing a garden to
the north, west and
27.7.59 south of Rochford Hall
with a spur wall
running from the
towards the ruin of the
north western angle
turret with barns
attached to north east
Wall and attached barns to north east boundary. C16 with later repairs. Red
brick with some black diapering. English bond. The south east face runs north
parallel to Rochford Hall Drive, where it is approx. 2-3 metres high. 2 later
barns are attached to this length of wall, they face the garden. They are
timber framed to front and returns, the wall acting as rear walls. The southern
barn has a red tiled and corrugated asbestos clad roof, there is an aisle to the
west face, straight braces to top plate and some hanging knees to tie beams, it
is boarded internally. The northern barn is weatherboarded with a red plain
tiled roof. Near the north eastern angle is a small gateway. The northern
wall, running parallel with Hall Road is the tallest section, 3 metres or more
and although covered by climbers and shrubs much black diapering shows. Off
centre east of the northern face is a southern spur wall which may have been
attached to the now ruined north west turret of the Hall. The south western
face is 2-3 metres tall. The south west angle is south of the Hall and the
southern face has 2 sections which angle further south and terminates to the
south of the Hall. There are carriageways through the wall to north and south.
The whole enclosed area is said to be approx. 8 acres. RCHM 2.
Listing NGR: TQ8708390395
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