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Date Listed: 17 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 125918
OS Grid Reference: SO7273431882
OS Grid Coordinates: 372734, 231882
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9847, -2.3984
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SO 73 SW
5/100 No 333
House. Probably late C16, enlarged C17 or early C18, extended mid
C20. Brick-nogged timber frame, stone plinth: rendered side and
rear walls: tiled roof. Three-bay front, one room deep, 2
storeys: lean-to along back. Two-panel high framing per floor on
left; at left end front blocked door up brick steps: to right 2-
light metal casement window. Mid C20 two-light casement by half-
glazed front door up 2 steps: covered open timber porch,
weatherboarded gable. To right jowled post for roof at right-
angles to front, matched at corner: mortices for projecting bay
since removed. Truss infilled timber-framing left, brickwork
right, latter with 3-light wooden casement. First floor 3-light
wooden casement left, iron opening light; similar to left door.
Framing extends over tie beam up to queen strut, 2-light casement
with iron opening light, bottom half of principal rafter carrying
verge: eaves on right return at lower level than front. Brick
chimney on ridge to left of door, chimney on right return.
Internally 2 equal bays left part, originally 2 unequal rooms
below, later altered: rooms to right at lower level on both
floors. Originally right end 2 or 3 bay house, 1½ storeys,
extended with 2-bay wing to left: original later reduced to same
width as extension.
Listing NGR: SO7273431882
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