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© Mr Robin Earl LRPS

IoE Number: 432598
Photographer: Mr Robin Earl LRPS
Date Photographed: 23 September 2000
Date listed: 21 May 1976
Date of last amendment: 21 May 1976
Grade II

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HALL CLOSE5406OffingtonOld BrewhouseTQ 1305 10/181

HALL CLOSE 1. 5406 Offington Old Brewhouse TQ 1305 10/181 II 2. Outbuilding of former Offington Manor, said to date back to 1150. Present structure probably mainly Cl6-C17. Now stands isolated in modern development. An oblong 2-storey timber-frame building. Box-frame, with regular grid of vertical and horizontal timbers beneath steep roof. Irregular fenestration. Main front has 3 casement windows above and 3 below, together with 2 doors. Small chimney at left gable (with one-storey lean-to extension beyond). Large, very tall ridge chimney with offsets, at right end, with one-storey extension beyond, under roof with same ridge height but longer, steeper slopes, and having 2 casement windows.

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