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Description: Redricks Farm House
Date Listed: 2 October 1981
English Heritage Building ID: 160843
OS Grid Reference: TL4629012832
OS Grid Coordinates: 546290, 212832
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7950, 0.1199
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Redericks Farm house
TL 462 128:6/26
C17 or earlier, late C19 front wing. 2 storey timber frame plastered
house under steep old tiled gabled roof. Front wing 2 storey brick
rendered under hipped slate roof. Front faces N with cross wing at E end.
W part of front obscured by later front wing. Main range has low 1st floor
windows suggesting that it is possibly C16 or earlier with C17 floor and
chimney stack inserted in hall. A massive chimney with stumpy diagonal
shafts rises through rear slope of roof near middle of range. External
gable chimney at W. Front of cross wing has Gd floor shallow pentice roof
continuing eaves of main range to W. 2 windows to each floor. 3 light
wood mullioned windows with rectangular leaded panes and iron casement.
Door in corner with C19 wing. Late C18, 4 panelled door with moulded upper
panels. Pilastered wooden surround supporting moulded flat hood. W and S
walls plastered with paired late C19 sash windows and modern 3 light wooden
casements. Late C19 (not on OS 25" 1879 map) front wing. Symmetrical 2
storey 3 windows N front. Gable chimneys. Central round arched doorway
with keystone and brick pilasters. Recessed 4 panel door with fanlight.
Single 2/2 paned sash window over door. 3 light sash windows each side on
both floors with 1/1:2/2:1/1 panes. Single storey C18 timberframed gabled
rear storage wing on S. Weatherboarded and pantiled. At its S end, a
small square early C19 timberframed weatherboarded privy with pyramid
slate roof. Some scalloped slating, metal ridges and square finial. E
side symmetrical with 4 panel flush beaded door flanked by small window
under the eaves. An interesting farmhouse complex showing adaptation and
addition from C16 to C20.
Listing NGR: TL4629012832
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Source: English Heritage
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