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Description: Street Farm House
Date Listed: 24 January 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 176064
OS Grid Reference: TQ8823062899
OS Grid Coordinates: 588230, 162899
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3340, 0.7007
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TQ 86 SE BORDEN THE STREET
5/32 Street Farm House
24.1.67 and Nos. 1-3 Street Farm
Cottage row. C16 and clad C17 - C19. Timber framed, exposed with,
plaster infill, and part clad with flint and red brick to left
return front, with plain tile roof. Street front: 2 storeys. Close-
studded frame with deep first floor jetty on brackets; roof
hipped with return hip and gablet to right and stack to right.
Irregular fenestration of 3 wood casements to each floor, and
half-door to left end and board door centre Left. To right a
C18 red brick and plain tile roof extensicn with 1 wood casement
and 1 hatch. Left return front: a long timber framed range
all of 2 storeys variously projecting and roofed. To right:
1-bay brick ground floor, plaster over; left of this C18 chequered
brick with plat band, 3 wood casements anti central board door;
to left 1-bay exposed frame, close-studded with brick nogging
underbuilt with flint and dressed stone; to left 3 bay exposed
close studding with plaster infill and arched bracing; end left
projecting 2-bay, clad with C20 red brick. Igglesden suggests
this range may be associated with a medieval cell of Leeds Priory,
the flint and stone section in left return front may be medieval.
(See Igglesden, Vol. 24, p.48ff.)
Listing NGR: TQ8822562864
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Source: English Heritage
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