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©  Lorna Freeman

IoE Number: 222519
Location: CROMER HALL INCLUDING ADJOINING STABLES, HALL ROAD
  CROMER, NORTH NORFOLK, NORFOLK
Photographer: Lorna Freeman
Date Photographed: 02 March 2005
Date listed: 21 January 1977
Date of last amendment: 21 January 1977
Grade II*

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HALL ROAD5320Cromer Hall includingadjoining StablesTG 24 SW 2/27

HALL ROAD 1. 5320 Cromer Hall including adjoining Stables TG 24 SW 2/27 II* 2. Circa 1829 by Donthorne. First built in 1827 by Donthorne but destroyed or damaged by fire in 1829 and rebuilt soon after. Additions of 1875. Large mansion in Tudor Gothic style. Built of flint with stone dressings and slate roof. Asymmetrical plan. 2 and 3 storeys. Moulded coping to parapet, the central 3 storey block embattled. All gothic windows, mostly large mullion windows with 4-centred heads and traceried. Projecting 2 storeys at centre with stepped gable and octagonal tower on corner, and porch with embattled parapet and 4-centred arch doorway. The end bays gabled with round window in gable and corbelled chimney at apices, the right hand (north) wing has bell tower over roof with battlements and short spire. Many tall stone chimneys, grouped and octagonal. Including range of adjoining stables and domestic wing to north-east, built behind flint screen wall with 3 4-centred headed doorways and 2 stone mullion/transom windows, the outside walls are flint, but inside facing courtyard brick walls with low pitched hipped slated roofs, also with octagonal chimneys, sash windows with glazing bars and large 4-centred arch headed carriageway doors.

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