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IoE Number: 286095
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Date listed: 25 October 1951
Date of last amendment: 25 October 1951
Grade I

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TM 37 SEHEVENINGHAMHALESWORTH ROAD8/76Heveningham Hall Orangery25.10.51GVI

TM 37 SE HEVENINGHAM HALESWORTH ROAD 8/76 Heveningham Hall Orangery 25.10.51 GV I Orangery. Circa 1790, by James Wyatt. Brick and stucco, lined in imitation of ashlar except on the facade. Single storey. Symmetrical 9-bay facade, the bays divided by Composite pilasters; semi-circular portico carried on 4 detached and 2 threequarter-engaged columns; frieze enriched with paterae over the pilasters and swags between, dentilled cornice and balustraded parapet. The 2 end bays are narrower and unglazed: each has a semi-domed niche with a Coade stone statue within; above each niche is a Coade stone panel. The remaining 7 bays have full-width semi-circular headed sash windows. 3-bay returns, also divided by pilasters. The floor was altered in mid C19 and the roof structure is C20. The statues bear the date 1789.

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