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Double Gate Farmhouse, Bushley

Description: Double Gate Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 May 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 151294

OS Grid Reference: SO8766834172
OS Grid Coordinates: 387668, 234172
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0058, -2.1810

Location: Stokes Road, Bushley, Worcestershire GL20 6HR

Locality: Bushley
Local Authority: Malvern Hills District Council
County: Worcestershire
Country: England
Postcode: GL20 6HR

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Listing Text

Double Gate Farmhouse

House C17 altered in C19. Timber-framing and red brick with plain tile roofs. 2
storey and attic, originally probably L plan gabled to North and East, each range
extended in C19 ridge stack on North wing with 4 clustered shafts. Timber-framing
exposed on North front, main gable shows evidence of heightening. 4-light cross
mullioned ground floor window, 3-light 1st floor casement and attic casement pair.
Range adjoining to East has gabled C19 timber-framed stair turret and C19 timber open
lean-to passage. 3-light 1st floor window. West side of North wing has C19 canted
bay with tiled roof. West gable is brick with cambered head windows, some old brick,
some C19. South side has large C19 gable with cambered head windows and brick faced
wing to East with dormer, two 2-light 1st floor windows, a 4-light cambered head
ground floor window and door in C19 timber porch. In C19 this was farm bailiff's
house of Pull Court estate.

Listing NGR: SO8766834172

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Source: English Heritage

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