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Wealden house

Type of medieval house, concentrated in but not confined to the Weald, with an open hall in the middle and a two-storeyed bay at each end, roofed in line. The upper floors of the end bays are jettied to the front and the eaves are continuous, so that the hall roof projects in front of its wall and is carried on a Flying wall plate.

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