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Glebe Farmhouse, Hill Croome

Description: Glebe Farmhouse

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 11 August 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 152572

OS Grid Reference: SO8872340381
OS Grid Coordinates: 388723, 240381
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0617, -2.1659

Location: Hill Croome, Worcestershire WR8 0QB

Locality: Hill Croome
Local Authority: Malvern Hills District Council
County: Worcestershire
Country: England
Postcode: WR8 0QB

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Listing Text


3/64 Glebe Farmhouse

11.8.52 II*

Farmhouse former Rectory C14 to C17 timber frame and painted brick. L plan
2 storey and with attic to East end cross-wing. Plain tile roofs, gable ended
on cross wing, half-hipped at West end of rear range. Large outside East wall
stack on stone base to cross-wing. 2 ridge stacks to rear range, rearmost C16
triple stack with diagonal shafts set within main stack. Exposed timbers to
cross-wing, rear wing largely cased in brick. Cross-wing to front is C16 to
C17, the North gable having been extended in C17 with additional small gable
to West side. North front 1 window to ground floor, 2 windows above, casement.
4 tiers of timber weathering. Rear wing is possibly C14 in origin at West end
with former C16 open hall in centre. Massive timbers and evidence of raised
roof to West end. One 1st floor room with small plaster fleur-de-lys decora-
tions to ceiling. Western end bay is later addition. Brick outside casing
with cambered head windows and 2 dormers to each side.

Listing NGR: SO8872340381

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Source: English Heritage

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