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White House Farm House, Newton on Trent

Description: White House Farm House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 11 June 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 197007

OS Grid Reference: SK8325474320
OS Grid Coordinates: 483254, 374320
Latitude/Longitude: 53.2594, -0.7534

Location: High Street, Newton on Trent, Lincolnshire LN1 2JP

Locality: Newton on Trent
Local Authority: West Lindsey District Council
County: Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: LN1 2JP

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Listing Text

(east side)

6/44 White House
Farm House


Farmhouse. C15 with early C17, early C19 and C20 alterations and
additions. Timber frame which has been underbuilt in brick and
rendered, with pantile roof, part hipped, and 4 brick ridge
stacks. L-plan and lobby entry. 2 storey irregular 4 bay front
with plinth to right hand side. Off-centre 6 panelled door with
one window to left and 2 to right. To first floor are 3
windows. All windows but one to first floor are 3 light glazing
bar sliding sashes, the exception being of 2 lights only. The 3
bay roadside facade has further 3 light sliding sashes. To the
rear of this range the wall plate is visible, and one angle bay
post of the rear wing. Interior. The front range retains
massive chamfered girders to ground floor rooms, as well as 5 bay
posts of the original timber frame. The rear range, possibly a
barn, also retains bay posts and at the end away from the house
is a room containing a brick oven and a fireplace with a
pyramidal stopped bressummer. To the first floor of the rear
range is a lime ash floor, probably inserted, and 2 braced end
bay posts are visible; the roof has been renewed. In the front
range, bay posts, 2 of which are braced, are also visible at
first floor level, as are studded partitions. The roof is a
clasped purlin with collars, pegged at the ridge and with larch
pole rafters: C17 in its present form, but incorporating earlier
elements. The central stack is of wattle and daub construction
at roof height. The sawn off rafters of the original rear wall
are visible in the roof, proving that the barn to the rear was an

Listing NGR: SK8325474320

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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