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Description: Trowley Bottom Farmhouse
Date Listed: 19 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 157833
OS Grid Reference: TL0770913817
OS Grid Coordinates: 507709, 213817
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8126, -0.4390
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FLAMSTEAD TROWLEY BOTTOM
TL 01 SE
4/53 Trowley Bottom Farmhouse
Farmhouse. C17 or earlier centre, late C18 N parlour block, mid C19
single-storey S wing. Timber frame with painted brick infill to centre,
painted brick in Flemish-bond N parlour, painted coursed flint with
brick dressings to S wing. Steep old red tiled roofs, grey on parlour
block. A long L-shaped block facing W generally of 2-storeys, set back
from road and with yard to rear. Central part of W front has 3 bays of
exposed framing with 8:6:4 panels and projecting SW corner post as if
the building formerly extended further to S. One window to each bay with
small-panes casements. 3 C20 flush casement windows to ground floor.
Plank door with dripboard. One window on each floor of projecting N
parlour block. A 12-lights flush casement over a 3-lights window with
segmental arch. Large N gable chimney to centre block now enclosed in
parlour wing with its own rear-wall chimney. Lower rear wing extends to
rear of parlour. 3-windows lower S wing has small chimney in front
Listing NGR: TL0770913817
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Source: English Heritage
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