Description: The Old House
Date Listed: 9 April 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 306100
OS Grid Reference: SP3115234631
OS Grid Coordinates: 431152, 234631
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0092, -1.5475
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WHICHFORD CHURCH END
SP3134 (North side)
9/166 The Old House
House. Possible medieval origins. C17 with early C18 additions. Squared coursed
limestone with quoins. Partly uncoursed rubble to rear. Thatched C17 range, with
stone-slate roof to C18 range to right, Brick ridge and end stacks, that to C18
range with original stone base. T-shaped plan. One storey plus attic and 2
storeys; 4-window range of C18 and C19 three-light casements with wood lintels.
C18 plank-and-rail door to centre of thatched range. Wood lintel. C20 French
doors in left facade of C18 range. One-storey stone and thatch range to left.
Further C18 and C19 three-light casements to rear with, to right, a C16 window
with hollow-chamfered surround and moulded head, perhaps re-set. Above, in
earliest fabric, a round medieval window with mouchette tracery in a square
block of stone. Interior: said to have a pair of cruck blades.
Listing NGR: SP3115434635
Source: English Heritage
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