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© Mr Harry Carlo

IoE Number: 278198
Photographer: Mr Harry Carlo
Date Photographed: 26 March 2003
Date listed: 10 January 1953
Date of last amendment: 10 January 1953
Grade I

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THE GREEN VEST5377Church WalkLong MelfordTrinity HospitalTL 8646 20/44710.1.53.

THE GREEN VEST 1. 5377 Church Walk Long Melford Trinity Hospital TL 8646 20/447 10.1.53. I GV 2. Quadrangular red brick almshouses originally built by Sir William Cordell (builder of Melford Hall) in 1573, but largely restored in 1847. It was for 12 poor men, 2 women and a warden. The south range of the quadrangle, with the main front facing south is of 2 storeys with embattled parapet and gabled cross wings at the east and west ends extending to the south, with stone quoins and capping. The windows are 1, 2 and 3-light stone dressed mullioned windows with segmental heads and lattice leaded lights. There is a central oriel of 4-lights on the lst storey and 4-light bays on the cross wings, ground storey. Roof tiled, with a central ogee domed bell turret with a weathervane on the south side and ranges of external chimney stacks on the east, north and west sides, with square shafts set diagonally.

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