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Description: The Old House
Date Listed: 23 January 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 130037
OS Grid Reference: SP1000415689
OS Grid Coordinates: 410004, 215689
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8397, -1.8562
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HAMPNETT HAMPNETT VILLAGE
SP 01 NW
6/39 The Old House
(formerly listed as house
23.1.52 immediately west of Church)
Detached house. C17 and C19. Coursed squared and dressed
limestone with large dressed stone quoins, stone slate roof, ashlar
stacks. 'T'-shaped plan to main body with C19 extension to gable
end facing churchyard. C17 range, 2 storeys. Two blocked 3-light
stone-mullioned casements to first floor either side of two 3-light
wood casements with segmental-headed surrounds. Three 2-light
casements with segmental-headed surrounds to ground floor. C19
plank door far left. C19 stable-type door to gable end facing road
with 3-pane light over, all within same segmental-headed surround.
Wing at right-angles to main body (facing road) lit by C20 three-
light casement with timber lintel. Double plank garage doors
within segmental-headed surround to ground floor. C19 extension
with lower roof level at gable end. Half dormer with C20 three-
light casement to first floor. Stable-type door to ground floor
with two small 4-pane lights either side, single segmental-head
over door and flanking windows. Stepped coping and gable end
Interior of range at right angles to road; 5 bays with 4 upper
cruck trusses rising up to yolk, braced 'V' shaped collar. Double
purlins retaining some curved windbracing. An unusual roof form
with unusual details for a building of probably C17 date.
Listing NGR: SP1000415689
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Source: English Heritage
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