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Description: The Haymes
Date Listed: 4 July 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 135254
OS Grid Reference: SO9753126526
OS Grid Coordinates: 397531, 226526
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9372, -2.0373
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SO 92 NE SOUTHAM -
8/160 The Haymes
North wing of house rebuilt mid C18, extended C20. Brick with
ashlar plinth and dressings; stone slate roof with brick stack.
Square plan with C20 extensions to rear incorporating a resited mid
C18 lodge (moved mid C20). Main body 2 storeys with 1½ extension.
Symmetrical 3-windowed west front: 15-pane sashes with horns to
the ground floor; three 12-pane sashes to the first floor. All
windows with plain ashlar architraves; band between storeys; half
bays with blind recesses either side of the central three bays
which project slightly. South-facing elevation: four 15-pane
sashes to the ground floor; four 12-pane sashes to the first
floor. C20 extension set back to right with two double glass doors
with glazing bars and fanlights within round-headed surrounds with
imposts; two hipped 2-light dormers above. Gable end of rebuilt
mid C18 lodge with chamfered quoins projects forwards to the right:
wood mullioned cross window to the ground floor with dressed stone
architrave splayed out at the bottom and a triangular pediment;
moulded string above; Diocletian window with gauged brick surround
to the gable; rectangular limestone plaque without inscription
towards the apex of the gable; weathervane dated and initialled
W.P. 1825 at apex of gable. Matching fenestration to the opposite
gable end. Square hipped roof to main body with stack off centre.
Small mid C18 watercolour by John Robins shows house and windmill
displayed at R.I.B.A Exhibition 1976 in possession of Mr. Deakin
the present owner.
(V.C.H. Gloucestershire, Vol VIII, p13. Formerly known as Haymes
Place taking it's name from a family recorded in connexion with
Southam in the late C13)
Listing NGR: SO9753126526
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Source: English Heritage
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