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Description: Upper Farmhouse
Date Listed: 17 October 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 138491
OS Grid Reference: SU6358641840
OS Grid Coordinates: 463586, 141840
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1723, -1.0918
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SU 64 SW BRADLEY
C17, C18, C19. House of mixed periods, with some interior framing, being a long
structure with a taller south end. Old tile roof, with the south gable framed in brick
dentils; the ridge drops towards the north and ends in a large hip, at the rear there
is a 1/2-hipped narrow-section with catslides on each side. Red brick walling, in
English bond in the older parts with 1st floor drip mould, some blocked windows, high
plinth; Flemish bond elsewhere with a first floor band, some rubbed flat arches and
signs of altered openings, plinth. Between the older (taller) and later (C18) sections
there is a C19 gable to the front, with a gabled brick porch at its north side.
Casements, some tall Victorian lights in the old part. Two plain doorways (one
panelled and one boarded door), the door within the porch being of 6 panels (2 top
galssed). Two separate massive chimney stacks.
Listing NGR: SU6358641840
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Source: English Heritage
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