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Church View Farmhouse, Abbots Bromley

Description: Church View Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 8 August 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 273739

OS Grid Reference: SK0770124479
OS Grid Coordinates: 407701, 324479
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8178, -1.8872

Location: 29 Goose Lane, Abbots Bromley WS15 3DF

Locality: Abbots Bromley
Local Authority: East Staffordshire Borough Council
County: Staffordshire
Country: England
Postcode: WS15 3DF

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Listing Text

SK 0624-0724 ABBOTS BROMLEY C.P. GOOSE LANE (East side)

16/32 Church View Farmhouse


Former Inn, now farmhouse. Early C18. Red brick; clay tile roof
with crow-stepped gables; brick integral end stack and ridge stacks.
Roughly T-shape, 4-cell lobby-entry plan with front projecting wing
to west side. One storey and attic with stepped eaves bands; roughly
1:1:2 bays, casements, those to the 2 right hand bays have segmental
heads and flank a boarded door with segmental head, gabled dormers over,
blind bay to left, and gabled wing to left of centre with board door,
attic window to left and off-centre end stack to right. Interior:
Central timber framed partition dividing the house into service rooms
to the north and living rooms to the south. Service rooms: Dairy to
north, entered from the kitchen which is housed in the projecting wing
and which gives access to 2 staircases immediately south of the dairy
leading respectively to the upper floor and the cellar, and also to
the hall. Living rooms: Hall to north with doors at each end of
north wall leading respectively to the kitchen and to a pantry or small
parlour, inglenook fireplace to south with doors to each side communica-
ting respectively with a staircase leading to upper floor, and the parlour
via the entrance lobby; panelled partition to room above the hall;
chamfered and stopped beams; interrupted tie-beam roof truss.
Formerly the Cock Inn.

Listing NGR: SK0770124479

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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