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Description: Lintridge Farmhouse
Date Listed: 17 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 125882
OS Grid Reference: SO7413232753
OS Grid Coordinates: 374132, 232753
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9926, -2.3781
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DYMOCK BROMSBERROW HEATH
SO 73 SW
5/64 Lintridge Farmhouse
Farmhouse. C17, C18, early C19: minor alterations mid C20.
Flemish-bond brickwork, heading bond to bows; rough render to rear
(all painted): timber-framing to rear visible inside: slate roof,
low wings tiled. Three-bay, 3-storey front, catslide roof to low
2-storey rear, 2 rooms deep: single storey wing left, 2-storey
right. Entrance front: single-storey mid-C20 hipped porch
centre, half-glazed on brick base. Plinth to whole front: narrow
set-back either side centre before semi-circular full-height bows
each side: each 3 sash windows, stone sills, flat rubbed-brick
arches: sashes on ground floor left only curved, rest straight.
First floor centre, 2 sashes, rendered surround, set off centre:
blind windows sides, sash front only in bows, as below. Second
floor, bows as below, but 6-pane sashes: similar sash in centre.
Plain parapet over, sweeps up to projecting chimneys on gables each
end. To left single-storey hipped end, leanto, late C20 garage
door alteration. To right low 2-storey wing set back, blocked
door left, semi-circular rubbed-brick arch; late C20 casement
right, cambered rubbed-brick arch. Above two 4-pane casements
left, 3-light casement, flat head, right. Dentil eaves, hipped
end to roof above. Single-storey extension right engulfs
projecting brick chimney, C20 casement.
Interior: 4-fielded panel doors in front centre ground and first
floors, one 2-panel door with L hinges. Timber-framing exposed in
rear, close studding originally on left, left gable decorative
diagonal struts, exposed first floor. Right wing large jowls to
corner posts, tie beam truss, V-struts above collar. Roof to 3-
storey section, rear half 2 trusses survive, cruck-like braces to
principals. Original stairs first to second floor, turned
balusters, moulded handrail. Cellar under left half front cut in
solid rock. House originally T-shaped timber-framed, 2 storeys;
3-storey hipped brick front added in angle early C18, bows added,
eaves raised with gables and catslide over rear wing early Cl9.
Listing NGR: SO7413232753
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Source: English Heritage
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