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Brentlands Farmhouse with Railings and Piers, Brookthorpe-with-Whaddon

Description: Brentlands Farmhouse with Railings and Piers

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 September 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 131674

OS Grid Reference: SO8413112480
OS Grid Coordinates: 384131, 212480
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8107, -2.2316

Location: Upton Lane, Brookthorpe, Gloucestershire GL4 0UT

Locality: Brookthorpe-with-Whaddon
Local Authority: Stroud District Council
County: Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: GL4 0UT

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Listing Text

WHADDON (west side)

5/16 Brentlands Farmhouse
with railings and piers


Large detached farmhouse. Early C17 with later C17 wing; altered
late C18; extended and altered C19. Timber framed on limestone
plinth; partly re-faced in coursed and squared limestone; most
timber framing rendered over; stone slate roof with clay plain tile
to reverse slopes; stone chimney rendered over. Lobby entry 2-room
2-storey with cross wing of 2 storeys and attic; further 2-storey
cross-wing at north end; 2-storey porch added to front. West
elevation: small framing to main range and projecting gabled cross-
wing, framing in cross wing off centre as side elevation brought
forward, and Cl9 stone facade returning to gable end; scattered
fenestration to gable end mostly C18 casements but very small 12-
pane sash to attic with moulded architrave in rendered gable; side
of wing to left has 1 small original window with timber diamond
mullions; small area of wattle and daub survives above. Main range
has altered fenestration and has C20 projecting hipped roofed stair
turret built out at upper floor level; 1 original leaded casement
to ground floor and blocked doorway to right now with C19 or C20
casement. Wing to left is early C19 single-storey dairy, increased
to 2-storey later: brick gable end chimney; cambered-arched timber
casements, scattered in north east elevation. South elevation, now
exposed stonework but formerly rendered, is C19 re-facing: 2-window
fenestration with C20 altered glazed doorway; sash to right and to
upper floor; 16 pane sash over doorway. East front: C19 brick 2- East front: C19 brick 2-
storey gabled porch has 6-panel door and C19 sash over; central
rendered ridge chimney stack with moulded stone cap; gable end to
cross wing left of porch with single-window fenestration; sashes to
ground and upper floors and small 16-pane attic sash above; 2-
window sash fenestration to right of porch with elevation stepping
back between windows indicating C19 addition; roof hipped in east
Interior altered in C20 but central stone chimney stack and most
timber framing remains intact. C19 iron railings and square ashlar
piers run along road frontage.

Listing NGR: SO8413112480

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Source: English Heritage

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