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Description: Woodside Farmhouse
Date Listed: 25 March 1968
English Heritage Building ID: 153310
OS Grid Reference: SO8038640472
OS Grid Coordinates: 380386, 240472
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0623, -2.2875
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SO 84 SW
3/169 Woodside Farmhouse
House. Probably C16 and early C17. Timber-framing and brick with tile
roofs. Comprises two cross-wings aligned north/south with one-bay link.
To the east is a parallel range which is C20, of brick with applied timber-
framing. Two storeys. The left-hand (east) cross-wing is close-studded
with a middle rail and has vertical struts between tie-beam and collar.
It is of one bay and has C20 casements, the upper ones interrupting the tie-
beam. To the right is a central bay faced in painted brick with a window
on the first floor and an open timber porch below. The right-hand cross-wing,
also of one bay with C20 casements, is framed in square panels. Chimneys on
outer walls of cross-wings. Interior: ground floor ceilings raised, probably
in C20. Said to contain a cruck (E Peters), but none visible on ground floor.
Listing NGR: SO8038640472
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Source: English Heritage
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