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Description: Cherryhill Farm House
Date Listed: 13 December 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 305075
OS Grid Reference: SP0962450476
OS Grid Coordinates: 409624, 250476
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1525, -1.8607
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SPOSSE BIDFORD-ON-AVON THE BANK
5/63 No.1 (Cherryhill Farm House)
Farmhouse. C17 and early C19 wing with late C19 front section. Coursed
lias main range, brick wing. Old tile roof with brick ridge chimney to
wing; L-plan, with through passage in corner. Projecting wing on right with
ground floor cart house, now used as garaging. One storey and attic with 2
dormers, one window to wing. Entrance in angle has old 3-plank door with
massive lock in moulded wood surround, inside C20 verandah. C19 door on left.
C19 casements: one 3-light window to ground floor, one first floor window in
corner of wing. Wing to road has left section of coursed lias rubble,
remainder of brick, with brick dentil cornice throughout. Central C20
casement in altered opening with dormer above and narrow late C19/early
C20 external brick stack to left. To right projecting bread oven with tile
roof. Rear has 4-panelled half-glazed door in moulded wood surround.
Massive battered lias external stack with quoins and brick shaft. Interior:
room with broad-chamfered ceiling beam, open fireplace, and winder
stairs off. Room in wing with former open fireplace, partially blocked.
Through passage with flagstone floor. On first floor several C17 three-plank
doors, one 2-panelled door, and old floor boards. Attached agricultural
buildings on left, under same roof: part lias, part brick, with brick dentil
Listing NGR: SP0962450476
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Source: English Heritage
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