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Survey of Bourne Mill by Pevsner 'A delightful piece of late Elizabethan playfulness, built in 1591 probably as a fishing lodge. It is one-storied, of stone, with mullioned windows, and has two wildly oversized gables of the utmost exuberance. They go up in convex and concave curves and carry four pairs of obelisks, each one a tall polygonal chimney shaft. On the side opposite the entrance in the C19, when the house was used as a water-mill, a weather boarded hoist loft was added.'<1>
Serial: Pevsner, Nikolaus. The Buildings of England: Essex. p145.
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