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Description: Pound Farm House
Date Listed: 29 December 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 175630
OS Grid Reference: TR1830337491
OS Grid Coordinates: 618303, 137491
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0952, 1.1163
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TR 13 NE NEWINGTON THE STREET
4/53 Pound Farm House
Farmhouse, now house. Said to be C13 and C14, with C15 central section
and C16, C17 and C18 alterations. Further alterations 1968. Ground floor
of front elevation of left wing uncoursed stone. Rest timber-framed,
clad with red brick in Flemish bond. Ground floor of right wing chequered
red and grey brick. Plain tile roof. Central open hall said to have been
built between C14 cross-wings which project slightly to front, that to left
possibly having C13 ground floor. Left wing extended to rear. 2 storeys
on stone plinth. Eaves of right wing slightly higher. Both wings hipped
to front. Shouldered brick stack, formerly projecting to left gable end,
now within lean-to, with moulded brick plinths to base of flues. Multiple
brick ridge stack on stone base to right end of main range. Irregular
fenestration of 4-casements; one 3-light to each wing, one single-light
over door and one 2-light to right of main range. Blocked rectangular stone
window to ground floor of left wing. C20 panelled door to left end of
main range. Lean-to to left with stone ground floor, red brick above.
Timber-framed rear lean-to, possibly C16, clad with red brick in Flemish
bond. Interior not inspected. (E.W. Parkin, unpublished report in
National Monument Record).
Listing NGR: TR1830137501
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Source: English Heritage
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