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Hills View 

Built in 1930-35, of whole flint with red dressings. gabled, thatched roof. the south facade has a central door; three vertical panels with a six-paned upper light. The door is behind a gabled thatched porch on square posts. One 2/2 horned sash right and left under slightly segmented arches. Three similar 2/2 sashes to the first floor all under eyebrow thatching. One partly external stack to the west. There is a second stack, on the ridge right of centre. The east and west returns each have a 2/2 horned sash under a segmental arch. The north (rear) return is dominated by a single-storey contemporary extension, of flint with brick dressings and a pantiled gabled roof. The east side of the extension has a 20th century four-panelled glazed door into the kitchen, and two plank doors to its right, leading into storerooms. The upper floor of the main house wall has three 2/2 horned sashes under eyebrow thatching. 


1937. Mr and Mrs Albert RANDELL moved into the house when new, and had it as a smallholding, keeping chickens in sheds behind the house.


Horsey Photohistory

A Genealogical CD, in PDF format so can be read by any computer, containing almost 200 high quality photographs, all from private sources, depicting the life and times of this idyllic Norfolk Broadland village.

Never-before-seen photographs of the Horsey Flood of 1938, together with people and events in village life, covering the past 120 years.

Cost of CD, including postage and packing to any destination is