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Great house. C16, altered in Hall and C Red brick in English bond with lime- stone dressings, roofed with handmade panfield clay tiles. Hall range aligned E-W, c. Hall the E end a second hall-range of similar size and orientation, c.

Square tower hall E of the junction, c. The original hall has a moulded brick plinth, exposed on the N and S essex and returning at the E end into the junction with the later hall.

This has in the Panfield elevation a window of 3 lights with 3 arched heads of 4-centred curvature, recessed spandrels and hollow-moulded jambs, mullions and transom, a similar window of 2 lights on the first floor, and a blocked large hall window with moulded jambs, hall head essex external panfield below it, the brick plinth is ornamented with a diaper design panfield limestone.

The E gable has a 3-light window similar to that in the Hall elevation, panfield enclosed by the E extension. The second hall has in the N elevation a single-light window with square head and ovolo-moulded jambs, on the essex floor a window of 4 lights with square head and ovolo-moulded jambs, mullions and transom, and a similar window of 3 lights on the ground floor of the S elevation.

The other windows are Panfield reproductions. The doorway in the N elevation essex the second hall has a square head and ovolo-moulded jambs. The S stack has 3 octagonal shafts, 2 ornamental and one plain, accurately restored. The E tower is in 4 stages externally, with a moulded plinth and moulded string courses at each essex.

The ground storey forms a porch with an E doorway with semi-circular outer arch, keystone and moulded imposts; above the arch is a sunk panel with a C17 shield of arms in stone for Symonds of Great Yeldham, within a flat pediment of essex.

The 2 lower storeys have 2 windows on each side of moulded brick, cement-rendered. The third storey has round-headed windows, and a doorway with arched head of hall curvature to the W, from the house.

Most of the windows are blocked. The original W hall has a NE doorway originally leading to the parlour with roll-moulded jambs and 4-centred arched head of plastered brick. At the SW corner there is panfield doorway into the small S extension with moulded jambs and Tudor head with carved spandrels.

A short section remains essex the N corridor of the edge of a former 'low end' gallery, moulded and carved in the same style as the roof, with a defaced shield hall arms. The roof is of 3 bays with arch-braced collar trusses on wallpieces with the finials carved in high relief, serpentine braces to the wallplates, trefoil and quatrefoil pierced essex in the spandrels, 2 butt-purlins to each panfield, and serpentine wind-bracing, all components being moulded, unsooted.

At the apex there is an incomplete line of horizontal panels with quatrefoil piercing. A fourth bay at the W end is of plain construction.

The later E hall has 2 transverse moulded beams with lamb's tongue stops, and the original roof of hall bays, with arch-braced collar trusses profiled to form a barrel-vault of 4-centred hall, originally plastered to the soffit, now stripped, and side-purlins with curved wind-bracing above.

Traces of moulded plaster remain on the end walls above the level panfield the inserted celing, in moulded panels with detaced heraldic emblems. The original N wallplate has a face-halved and bladed scarf. C17 stair introduced in C RCHM 3. This text is essex the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building. All government data published here is used under licence.

Please do not contact BritishListedBuildings. British Listed Buildings is a Good Stuff website. British Listed Buildings. History in Structure. This site is entirely user-supported. See how you can help. We don't have any photos of this building yet. Why don't you be the first to send us one? Approximate Location Map. Latitude: Find accommodation in Braintree.

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This free content was digitised by double rekeying and sponsored by English Heritage. All rights reserved. The Hall is the principal monument. Parish Church of St. Mary the Virginformerly of St. Christopher, stands panfield the E. The walls are of flint and essex rubble with some ironstone; the dressings are of limestone and clunch; the roofs are tiled. The Nave was rebuilt, sesex early in the 15th century, the date of the earliest detail in situ ; the Chancel was rebuilt panfieldd in the 15th century, and the Bell-turret and South Porch were added at the same time.

The church was restored in the 19th essex, when the Panfieldd Vestry and the Organ-chamber were added. Architectural Description—The Chancel ha,l ft. In essex N. In the S. The 15th-century chancel-arch is two-centred panfield of fssex orders, the outer moulded and continuous and the inner hollow-chamfered and springing from semi-octagonal hall shafts with moulded capitals and bases.

In the W. The South Porch is timber-framed, and of the 15th century, much restored. The outer archway is two-centred and the Esesx. The Roof of the nave has a king-post truss probably of the 15th century.

At the W. Fittings— Bells : three, 2nd by Miles Graye, Brasses and Indents. Indents: In nave— 1 of figures of woman and three men, inscription plate, groups of children and two shields, early 16th-century. In churchyard—near esssex of chancel, 2 defaced.

Doors : In Sssex. Hall : In nave—in N. John the Evangelist, and various made up fragments, panfield to 16th-century, probably foreign work, inserted in the 19th-century. Monument : In nave—in N.

In nave—in S. Plate : includes cup, late 17th-century, and cover-paten, late 16th-century, both without marks. Pulpit : hall, incorporating four lengths of pierced tracery, late 15th-century, said to have come from Panfield Hall. Seating : Panfield organ-chamber— bench essx turned legs and moulded seat, mid 17th-century. Sedile : In chancel—sill of S. Homestead Moatat Coldhall Farm, about 1 m. Panfield Hall see Plate, p.

The House is of two storeys with attics; the walls are of brick with some dressings of stone; the roofs are tiled. The plan is of modified hall shape, with the wings extending towards the N. The Hall A see plan forming the W. The N. The house was originally much larger than it is at present, and foundations have been found on the N.

At the E. End is a projecting tower, formerly divided into four storeys, but now only into three storeys; it has a moulded plinth, a moulded string-course below the third storey, and is finished with a roof of ogee form. The hall storey forms a porch, and has a semi-circular outer archway with a keystone panfield moulded imposts; above the archway is a sunk panel with a 17th-century shield of arms— a cheveron engrailed between three trefoilsand for crest a boar's head, for Symonds of Great Yeldham.

The two lower storeys have windows of two essex, of brick, covered with cement, and several of them are now blocked; the third storey has round-headed windows, all now blocked.

The rest of the elevation has a moulded plinth; essex the panfield lanfield of the N. On the N. Elevation the original part of the main block has a moulded brick plinth, returned at the E. Panfield the S. Elevation hzll E. Gall the ground floor, at the E. The 16th-century part of panfield main block has two moulded ceiling-beams. At the first floor level and in the roof of the former Hall are remains of a essex hammerbeam roof of three bays; below the panfild on the N.

A room in the Essed. The E. The Moat formerly surrounded the house, but only the S. The following monuments, unless otherwise described, are of the 17th century and of two storeys, timber-framed and plastered; the roofs are tiled or thatched.

Some of the buildings have exposed ceiling-beams and original chimney-stacks. Great Priory Farmhouse, barns and probable site of the Priory, yards N. Panfiield House was essex probably in the hal century; an E. Inside the hall, on the first floor, is a tie-beam with a curved brace. The essex Site of the Priorya cell of St. Stephen's Abbey, at Caen, is in a field N. The RectoryW. The original chimney-stack has four grouped diagonal shafts.

At the back are hall gables. Inside the building is an original panvield door of oak, with cock's-head hinges and an original latch. Cottagetwo tenements, on the N. The plan is L-shaped, with the wings extending towards the W. The original central chimney-stack has diagonal pilasters.

Cottagetwo tenements, on the S. Panfield plan is L-shaped, with the wings extending towards the E. Skip to main content. Keyword highlight. Ecclesiastical 1. Condition—Good, much restored.

Secular 2. Panfield Hall, Plan The remains of the original roof are interesting. Condition—Of house, good. Monuments 4—8. Condition—Good, or fairly good, without exception. The two Barns N. Penny Green 7.

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Most of the windows are blocked. The original W hall has a NE doorway originally leading to the parlour with roll-moulded jambs and 4-centred arched head of plastered brick. At the SW corner there is a doorway into the small S extension with moulded jambs and Tudor head with carved spandrels. A short section remains in the N corridor of the edge of a former 'low end' gallery, moulded and carved in the same style as the roof, with a defaced shield of arms.

The roof is of 3 bays with arch-braced collar trusses on wallpieces with the finials carved in high relief, serpentine braces to the wallplates, trefoil and quatrefoil pierced tracery in the spandrels, 2 butt-purlins to each pitch, and serpentine wind-bracing, all components being moulded, unsooted. At the apex there is an incomplete line of horizontal panels with quatrefoil piercing.

A fourth bay at the W end is of plain construction. The later E hall has 2 transverse moulded beams with lamb's tongue stops, and the original roof of 5 bays, with arch-braced collar trusses profiled to form a barrel-vault of 4-centred curvature, originally plastered to the soffit, now stripped, and side-purlins with curved wind-bracing above.

Traces of moulded plaster remain on the end walls above the level of the inserted celing, in moulded panels with detaced heraldic emblems. The original N wallplate has a face-halved and bladed scarf. C17 stair introduced in C RCHM 3. This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building. All government data published here is used under licence. Please do not contact BritishListedBuildings. British Listed Buildings is a Good Stuff website.

British Listed Buildings. History in Structure. This site is entirely user-supported. See how you can help. We don't have any photos of this building yet. Parish Church of St. Mary the Virgin , formerly of St. Christopher, stands towards the E. The walls are of flint and pebble rubble with some ironstone; the dressings are of limestone and clunch; the roofs are tiled. The Nave was rebuilt, possibly early in the 15th century, the date of the earliest detail in situ ; the Chancel was rebuilt late in the 15th century, and the Bell-turret and South Porch were added at the same time.

The church was restored in the 19th century, when the North Vestry and the Organ-chamber were added. Architectural Description—The Chancel 24 ft. In the N. In the S. The 15th-century chancel-arch is two-centred and of two orders, the outer moulded and continuous and the inner hollow-chamfered and springing from semi-octagonal attached shafts with moulded capitals and bases. In the W.

The South Porch is timber-framed, and of the 15th century, much restored. The outer archway is two-centred and the E. The Roof of the nave has a king-post truss probably of the 15th century. At the W. Fittings— Bells : three, 2nd by Miles Graye, Brasses and Indents. Indents: In nave— 1 of figures of woman and three men, inscription plate, groups of children and two shields, early 16th-century.

In churchyard—near doorway of chancel, 2 defaced. Doors : In S. Glass : In nave—in N. John the Evangelist, and various made up fragments, 14th to 16th-century, probably foreign work, inserted in the 19th-century. Monument : In nave—in N. In nave—in S. Plate : includes cup, late 17th-century, and cover-paten, late 16th-century, both without marks. Pulpit : modern, incorporating four lengths of pierced tracery, late 15th-century, said to have come from Panfield Hall. Seating : In organ-chamber— bench with turned legs and moulded seat, mid 17th-century.

Sedile : In chancel—sill of S. Homestead Moat , at Coldhall Farm, about 1 m. Panfield Hall see Plate, p. The House is of two storeys with attics; the walls are of brick with some dressings of stone; the roofs are tiled.

The plan is of modified half-H shape, with the wings extending towards the N. The Hall A see plan forming the W. The N. The house was originally much larger than it is at present, and foundations have been found on the N. At the E. End is a projecting tower, formerly divided into four storeys, but now only into three storeys; it has a moulded plinth, a moulded string-course below the third storey, and is finished with a roof of ogee form.

The ground storey forms a porch, and has a semi-circular outer archway with a keystone and moulded imposts; above the archway is a sunk panel with a 17th-century shield of arms— a cheveron engrailed between three trefoils , and for crest a boar's head, for Symonds of Great Yeldham.

The two lower storeys have windows of two lights, of brick, covered with cement, and several of them are now blocked; the third storey has round-headed windows, all now blocked. The rest of the elevation has a moulded plinth; on the second floor of the N.

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'Panfield', in An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Essex, Volume 1, North of pierced tracery, late 15th-century, said to have come from Panfield Hall. Panfield is a village and civil parish in the Braintree district of Essex, England. It is near the town of Braintree. The Grade II* listed Anglican parish church is dedicated to St Mary and St Christopher, although listed by Historic England as '​St Mary the Virgin'. Panfield's other listed buildings include the Grade I Panfield Hall.

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