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Thwaite Hall, Welton le Marsh



Reference Name MLI93527

Name:
Thwaite Hall, Welton le Marsh

Summary:
A house that may have been part of a former Augustinian cell, with an attached cottage. The building may date from the 14th century.

Location:
WELTON LE MARSH, EAST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
A house with an attached cottage. The building is said to date from the 14th century and underwent alterations in the 18th and 20th centuries. It was constructed of coursed squared chalk and red brick and has pantile roofs with stone coped gables. An Augustinian cell was recorded here in 1440 (see PRN42177). For the full description and the legal address of this listed building please refer to the appropriate List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. {1}

Thwaite Hall, Welton Le Marsh. Partially extant 19th century farmstead. Loose courtyard with two sides of the courtyard formed by working agricultural buildings. The farmhouse is detached from the main working complex. There has been significant loss (greater than 50%) of traditional buildings. Isolated location. Large modern sheds are located to the side of the site. {2}

Sources:
1 Index: Department of the Environment. 1987. List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. 5/55
2 Digital archive: English Heritage. 2015. English Heritage Farmsteads Project. 5044

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