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Description: Old Upham House
Date Listed: 17 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 125898
OS Grid Reference: SO6970934131
OS Grid Coordinates: 369709, 234131
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0048, -2.4427
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SO 63 SE
4/80 Old Upham House
Former farmhouse, now house. First half C17, minor alterations
C18, late C20. Brick-nogged timber framing, 2-panels high per
floor, some replaced by brickwork; tiled roof. 'T' plan, each
part 2-bays, one room deep: 2½ storeys. Garden front, cross wing
on left: short section rebuilt in brick, 4-light mullion and
transom window, under very flat pediment, 2-light casement under
cambered brick arch in right return. Small casement in bricked-up
section on left of main wing, presumed former front door: mortices
in beam over and main post for possible former porch. To right
ground floor largely renewed in brickwork, late C20 French doors,
under flat pediment. Large stone base to external chimney right
return. First floor, 3-light mullion and transom slightly to right
of centre: tall, bricked up opening to former porch in main wing,
2-light window on right, part leaded lights, further 2-light window
to right, both mullion and transom. Two collars to left gable, 3-
light casement between, curved 'V' struts above. Tiled top to
stone chimney base on right, narrow brick flue above.
Internally, dogleg stair, moulded handrail, full string, splat
balusters. Double ovolo moulding to beams ground floor, front of
cross wing. Two pairs butt purlins, square ridge, half-truss
between main only in right wing: blocked gable window with
diamond-set glazing bars.
Listing NGR: SO6970934131
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Source: English Heritage
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