Listed Building: ST CLARE HALL (403625)

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Grade II
Volume/Map/Item 403625
Date assigned 14 July 1955
Date last amended


TL 95 NW BRADFIELD ST.CLARE ST.CLARE HALL ROAD 6/22 St. Clare Hall 14.7.55 II House, formerly manor house, C15 and C16 in 3 phases. 2 storeys. Timber- framed and rendered, the C16 block jettied at 1st floor level along the front. Plaintiled roofs with axial and gable chimneys of red brick. Early C19 small- pane sash windows and entrance door, panelled, with the upper section glazed. The early C16 main range contains a 2-bay hall with a parlour to left. The cross-passage entry has a screen of tall-panelled oak wainscotting, and the parlour contains fragments of similar work. The main range has a plain crown- post roof, augmented before c.1600 by principal rafters with arch-braced collars and butt purlins. The C15 crosswing to right is of 2 unequal cells; the crown-post roof later converted to clasped-purlin type. The rear mid-C15 wing has 2 bays of a formerly 3-bay solar at 1st floor level; the 2 damaged crown-posts have fine moulded capitals and arch-bracing to the collar-purlin; the closed truss has deep rising braces up to a crown-stud. The moated site is of the house of the de St. Clare family; the present C15 structures were built later, possibly for Roger Jerveys (d.1493). Listing NGR: TL9199857711

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Grid reference TL 91998 57711 (point)
Map sheet TL95NW

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