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Description: Berry Wormington Farmhouse
Date Listed: 7 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 134836
OS Grid Reference: SP0529533924
OS Grid Coordinates: 405295, 233924
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0037, -1.9243
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SP 03 SE
4/55 Berry Wormington Farmhouse
Farmhouse. C17, enlarged C18 to rear, 1930's. Coursed, squared
stone, stone slate roof. Three-window, 2-room deep, 2 1/2 storey main
section, one-bay two-storey extension left, 2-bay, single-storey
extension right, both one room deep. Front, to road: mullioned
windows with hollow chamfer, and hoodmoulds. On left, 4-light,
king-mullion window, original iron opening light. Single-storey
porch in centre, plinth, 3-light window without hoodmould, hipped
roof, boarded door, stone lintel on left return. Three-light
window to right. Two 3-light windows above. Parapet gables,
ashlar chimneys with cyma caps; gabled dormer, 2-light casement
with leaded lights. Set back on left, 3-light window per floor,
gable as front.
Interior: room on left, wide fireplace, stone jambs, cambered
timber lintel: in wall to left semi-circular recess, wooden seat,
nearly semi-circular stone hood, moulded surround, dummy keystone.
Slight chamfer to exposed ceiling joists. Boarded doors to first
floor and attics; tall, ovolo-moulded window in spine wall. Tie-
beam trusses, collar, 2-pairs butt purlins. Front section oldest
part, extended one room deep to rear C18, wings and porch
Listing NGR: SP0529533924
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Source: English Heritage
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