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23 Brookhampton Street, Brookhampton Hall

History of Brookhampton Hall

Listed Building:

Early C18 with C19 and later alterations. Timber-framed and plastered; pantiled brick plinth. Red plain tiled roofs. Two storeys with attics, three unit plan with one storey and attic kitchen range to right hand possibly with an original cross passage, extended in C19 with service rooms.

Some of the farm buildings were converted into dwelling houses in the C19th and the barn into the village reading room until the school became the village hall in 1961.

Brookhampton was once a separate hamlet and not part of Ickleton.


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