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Gandish House

House. Probable C17 cross wing with former hall range rebuilt early C19. Timber-framed cross wing, rendered, otherwise painted brick. Plain tile roofs. Rebuilt red brick stack.

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House. Probable C17 cross wing with former hall range rebuilt early C19. Timber-framed cross wing, rendered, otherwise painted brick. Plain tile roofs. Rebuilt red brick stack. 2 storeys, 2-bay cross wing to left. Projecting square entrance porch with panelled door. C19 sashes with arched lights and casements. Double span roof to right range with ridge stack with 4 detached octagonal shafts. Interior: cross range framing concealed. Chamfered beam with bar stops. Clasped purlin roof. Early C19 interior features include fireplaces and grates, staircase with ramped mahogany handrail, column newels, stick balusters and carved tread ends. Cornices. The home of Anne Constable (sister of the artist John Constable) in the early C19, who is said to have carried out alterations and extensions.

  • Historic England Reference: 1033439
 

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