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Description: The Whitehouse and Farm Building to East,west and South
Date Listed: 16 May 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 271429
OS Grid Reference: SJ8597205142
OS Grid Coordinates: 385972, 305142
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6438, -2.2087
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BREWOOD C.P. WHITEHOUSE LANE
SJ 80 NE
4/23 The Whitehouse and
16.5.53 farm buildings to East,
West and South
Farmhouse and farm buildings. Early to mid C18 with
north facade of c1770. Red brick with ashlar dressings,
formerly limewashed, clay tile roofs with raised and coped
verges; brick stacks. Palladian facade to house and farm
buildings, ranged around a courtyard. Facade: 2 storeys;
3 bay central block with moulded cornice and pediment
formerly surmounted by ball ornaments, and slightly lower
single bay outer wings with open pediments, linked by low
Tuscan colonades (that to left now blocked); blind round
headed arch in centre of both wings and central block
flanked by pilasters (those of main block with banded
rustication) and linked by a moulded cornice extending along
the top of the colonades. Farmhouse: 4 bays; all windows
blocked; concealed by central block of facade. Farmbuildings:
brick granary to west of farm yard. Timber framed and brick
barns to east of farmyard. Sited on the edge of
Chillington Park and designed as an eyecatcher.
Listing NGR: SJ8597205142
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Source: English Heritage
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