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Description: Bromsberrow Court
Date Listed: 17 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 125818
OS Grid Reference: SO7413833686
OS Grid Coordinates: 374138, 233686
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0010, -2.3781
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SO 73 SW
5/1 Bromsberrow Court
Farmhouse. C17 or earlier, enlarged early C18, altered early and
mid-C19, C20. Front, towards church, English garden wall bond
brickwork; wing to right brick-nogged timber framing. Rubble
stone to part of rear wall front section and side of rear wing,
otherwise brickwork of various dates. Front roofs slate, rest
tiled. Irregular 'T'-plan, top 3-bay front, 2½ storeys, lower
extensions; stem 5-bays, 2 storeys, enlarged on one side. Main
facade facing church: C20 single-storey hipped porch in centre,
tiled roof, panelled door. Sixteen-pane sash each side, cambered
brick arch. C19 single-storey hipped porch added to right, French
doors. Slightly set back on right 1½ storey timber-framed wing;
in front short single-storey brick extension, 16-pane sash, parapet
above, up to garden wall only. 1984 single-storey extension to
front on left. First floor 16-pane sash each end, cambered brick
arch, narrow 12-pane centre. Plain brick gable chimneys at ridge,
one at rear left half.
Internally, section facing church; dogleg stairs in centre, square
newels, moulded handrail, sinuous splat balusters; extended to
attics to match, and ground floor doors renewed, mid C20; door on
left incorporates medieval panels. First room, ground floor, rear
wing heavy chamfer to ceiling beams (C17); timber framing survives
to cross wall and 2 former external walls to 2 bays beyond. Large
external chimney engulfed in c1940 extension at end. Brick
extension towards farmyard added c1870. Forms group with Church
of St. Mary (q.v.).
Listing NGR: SO7413833686
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Source: English Heritage
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