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Description: Elm Farmhouse and Abutting Dairy/Stable Range
Date Listed: 3 October 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 243714
OS Grid Reference: SP6105726213
OS Grid Coordinates: 461057, 226213
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9311, -1.1134
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STRATTON AUDLEY MILL STREET
SP6026 (South side)
21/126 Elm Farmhouse and abutting
Farmhouse and diary/stable range. C17 with C19. additions and C20. alterations.
Coursed limestone rubble. Front and side elevations rendered. Steeply pitched
old-tile roofs. Brick end and ridge stacks some diagonally set on stone bases.
L-plan. 2 storeys. 3-window range. Main elevation refronted in C19. Central
gabled porch flanked by canted bay windows. First floor has 3 sashes with horns.
Left side. Entrance has panelled/glazed door and wood lintel. To left a 3-light
wood casement with wood lintel. Blocked doorway with wood lintel to left. First
floor has a 7-light metal casement window in wood frame. Stop-chamfered wood
lintel, lead cames, crown glass and wrought-iron casement fastner. Diary range
attached to left. Single storey plus attic. Projecting, gabled addition on right
has a 2-light wood framed window with iron bars. Chamfered wood lintel. Entrance
on return has plank door and wood lintel. To left a through passage to rear
yard. Blocked window to right with wood lintel. Single-light casement above and
loft door. Passage has stable door on left with wood lintel. Interior: Cl7
doq-leg staircase with painted softwood balusters. Wood winder staircase.
Moulded ceiling beams. Stone flag floors in dairy. Plank and panelled doors with
strap hinges. Once formed part of Stratton Audley Park Estate.
Listing NGR: SP6105526210
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Source: English Heritage
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