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Description: Hatch Farmhouse and Storehouse Wing
Date Listed: 15 August 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 142246
OS Grid Reference: SU8173634746
OS Grid Coordinates: 481736, 134746
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1062, -0.8339
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SU 83 SW HEADLEY STANDFORD
10/8 Hatch Farmhouse and
House, of several phases and different parts. C16 core, with C18 extension, and
mid C19 additions. Mixed walling materials, and a tiled roof. A long rectang-
ular block, with a short wider taller addition at it south-east corner: the main
early C19 front (south-west) of 2 storeys, 3 windows. Roof hipped at the north
west side and brought to a low eaves. Roughcast walls, cement plinth, showing
doorway filled by a small window. 4 sashes and 3 casements. The Victorian
addition has a 2-storeyed bay, where its south-east gable stands forward of the
lower gable of the main part. The rear (north-east) side has exposed timber
framing, with close-studding, with a tile-hung gable above, some small casements,
and a large boarded door in a massive frame. The wing is attached to the house
by a flat-roofed passageway, and comprises a long low rectangular block, ending
at the south and as a 2-bay cartshed (facing the roadway); tiled roof with hip
at the south end, ironstone walls with brick quoins and plinth, timber-framed
cartshed opening with arch-braced centre-post.
Listing NGR: SP8215938827
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Source: English Heritage
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