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Description: Berry Farmhouse
Date Listed: 4 June 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 129567
OS Grid Reference: SU0486297592
OS Grid Coordinates: 404862, 197592
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6771, -1.9311
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SOUTH CERNEY SILVER STREET
14/266 Berry Farmhouse
Large farmhouse. Probably late C16. Rubble stone faced in
roughcast to west and incised render to south, stone slate roof,
stone end stacks with offset and moulded cornice. Double range
with 2 large gables to south and single rear gable on west side,
two storeys and attic, and additional single-storey kitchen range
to north-west corner with roof carried down as lean-to canopy
abutting rear of farmhouse in internal angle. Two gables to south
have 2/3/3-light stone mullion wood casements with square
hoodmoulds, ground floor 3-light lengthened to right probably in
C19. Scattered stone lights elsewhere, with 2 single lights on
west side marking position of wooden newel stair. Main entrance
on west side with wide half-glazed door and flat wooden hood on
scroll brackets. Interior retains oak plank and muntin partition
to ground and first floor in south-west corner, with chamfered and
stopped beams. Many beams elsewhere and most original wide
floorboards. On first floor, small room with moulded and
pulvinated frieze wooden door head containing fitting made of small
wooden cupboards said to be a nearly intact C18 "wig room" where
wigs were kept and powdered.
Listing NGR: SU0486297592
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Source: English Heritage
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