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Description: Brook Farmhouse and Attached Cider House
Date Listed: 4 December 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 152680
OS Grid Reference: SO6713236772
OS Grid Coordinates: 367132, 236772
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0284, -2.4805
LITTLE MARCLE CP -
SO 63 NE
5/15 Brook Farmhouse and
attached cider house
Farmhouse. Probably early C19, possibly with earlier origins. Brick, tiled
roofs and end stacks. Rectangular plan with main front facing south-east.
Two storeys and attic. South-east elevation to road: one plus two windows,
gable front to left hand side, glazing bar sashes; ground floor sash of gable
front is tripartite under rubbed brick head, first-floor gable window is 9-
pane early C19 wooden casement under segmental head; attic gable has early
C19 2-light casement; 2-window right part has cogged brick eaves cornice,
right hand ground-floor glazing bar sash, first-floor windows are 6- and 9-
light casements with segmental heads; entry to centre has early C20 door
with transom light; early C19 single-storey cider house to left has matching
cogged eaves cornice, two segmental headed openings with ledged shutters, one
either side of ledged door to left hand side, to the extreme right a small 4-
paned iron window with another ledged door to its left. Small early C19 two-
storey wing projects from rear at south-west end of farmhouse. Interior of
cider house is said to retain complete mill and press.
Listing NGR: SO6713236772
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Source: English Heritage
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