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Description: Starmead Farmhouse and Cottage 2 Metres to North East
Date Listed: 9 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 132475
OS Grid Reference: SO8141010249
OS Grid Coordinates: 381410, 210249
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7906, -2.2709
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HARESFIELD HARESFIELD VILLAGE
SO 81 SW
4/216 Starsmead Farmhouse and cottage
2m to north east
Small farmhouse and cottage immediately adjacent. c1500, farmhouse
much restored in C20. Both timber framed with thatched roof.
Farmhouse has plaster infill on front with stone plinth, rear and
sides mostly faced in brick. Decorative ridge thatch, brick
stacks, external to left, ridge and right end. Single range of
single storey and attic, probably formerly a through passage with
original ceilings over hall and service areas but open above
passage and unheated parlour, with stack inserted in passage to
form double lobby entry plan. Four C20 two-light casements to
ground floor with 3-centred archway left of centre and C20 plank
door. Four small eyebrow dormers to each side. Small cottage has
painted brick infill, brick end stack to right with adjacent
doorway and large fireplace still in place. Single storey and
attic with scattered small fenestration. Interiors not accessible
but likely to be of interest. Said to contain cruck.
(Lionel Walrond, The Medieval Houses of Rural Gloucestershire;
extract from Archaeology in Gloucestershire, ed. Saville 1984;
Cruck Catalogue revision of 12/84)
Listing NGR: SO8141010249
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Source: English Heritage
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