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© Mr Derek Routen

IoE Number: 285164
Location: SNAPE MALTINGS,
  TUNSTALL, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Photographer: Mr Derek Routen
Date Photographed: 08 April 2002
Date listed: 16 March 1966
Date of last amendment: 02 May 1984
Grade II

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TN 35 NETUNSTALLSNAPE BRIDGEROAD1/22Snape Maltings16.3.66(Formerly listed under

TN 35 NE TUNSTALL SNAPE BRIDGE ROAD 1/22 Snape Maltings 16.3.66 (Formerly listed under General) GV II Partly workshops, residential, box office for concert hall and part used as merchants for animal feed. Formerly maltings. Dated on key stone 1859; also dated at rear on key of arch 1903. Mainly 3 storeys. A mixture of red and gault brick with slate, pantile and corrugated asbestos roofs of varying heights. The fenestration is varied alternating between 3 light louvres between brick piers, and sashes in flush frames with glazing bars. Cement stucco arches over sashes and brick segmental arches over louvres. The building is pierced by two semi- circular brick arches at ground floor level. The southern most arch and entrance block has 3 bays 1:2:1 with 3 light C16 style windows: fixed lights with glazing bars,timber mullions and transomes. Over the arch is a clock. The block has crow stepped gables in brick with moulded brick chimneys. There is a bell turret with finial axil with ridge. Most eaves have dentil courses. There are 3 lucams and several timber clad structures together with the original drying kiln. There are 3 external stairs leading to second and third floors with access to boarded doors. Range at rear dated 1903 not of special interest. Considered to be the largest maltings in Suffolk.

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