Archaeological monitoring for the building of an extension to the remaining wing of Bramford Hall, recorded the remains of the parts of the old hall which was demolished in the 1950s. The original hall was thought to be Georgian in date, although earlier buildings may have existed on the site. The remaining wing itself has a timber frame and may be an earlier structure with a Georgian red brick skin.
The results seem to show that old hall was added to and altered considerably during its lifetime. There was, however, no evidence, in the recorded area, for any structures or occupation of the site prior to the Georgian period.