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Description: Middletown Farmhouse
Date Listed: 18 October 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 125811
OS Grid Reference: SO7635826452
OS Grid Coordinates: 376358, 226452
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9361, -2.3453
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SO 72 NE UPLEADON MIDDLETOWN LANE
4/275 Middletown Farmhouse
Farmhouse; late C16 or early C17, altered C18 and late C20.
Painted, brick-nogged timber-framing on random-rubble stone plinth;
part painted brick walling; tiled roof. L-plan house, 2 or 3 bay
short wing, with end of main block on left facing road: 2 storeys.
Facade to road: high stone plinth, boarded door to cellar on right.
Timber-framing above, 2-panel high to ground floor, one to first
floor in wing. Nearly all windows late C20 casements. Casement
window on right, to left shaped head for former doorway: 3-light
window to left, first floor rail above slightly lower than each
side. To left wall breaks forward for main wing: corner post,
brick section with 2-light window; 2 studs. Wall to left rebuilt
in brick full height, forming a third of end of main wing: plain
string course first floor level. First floor: curved brace on
right corner post to wallplate: casement over blocked door: main
post to left, curved braces either side to wallplate, left set
slightly higher. Two-light C18 or early C19 casement, iron opening
light. To left wall breaks forward for main wing: eaves
originally higher than first wing, later raised further. Three-
light casement in centre of end wall. Roof hipped right end,
ridge chimney behind blocked door; hip to end of main wing,
projecting lateral chimney set back on left return. Forms group
with barn (q.v.).
Listing NGR: SO7635826452
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Source: English Heritage
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