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Cryfield Grange Farmhouse, Stoneleigh

Description: Cryfield Grange Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 11 April 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 308177

OS Grid Reference: SP2995774712
OS Grid Coordinates: 429957, 274712
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3696, -1.5614

Location: Cryfield Grange Road, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire CV8 2JU

Locality: Stoneleigh
Local Authority: Warwick District Council
County: Warwickshire
Country: England
Postcode: CV8 2JU

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Listing Text

STONELEIGH Cryfield Grange Road

5/305 Cryfield Grange Farmhouse


- II

Circa mid Cl6 nucleus, largely rebuilt on its original foundations in early C19.
Irregular L shaped range of two storeys. Steeply pitched plain tile roofs with
gabled ends. On western side of northern arm a length of original red sandstone
ashlar splayed plinth is visible. Under the north end of this wing is a
slightly arched vaulted cellar of mid C16 date with two blocked openings on west
side. This wing is of C19 red brick with segmental arched window openings,
mostly modern fenestration. On south front of the eastern arm is a mid C16 two
storey gabled bay of red sandstone ashlar having a blocked window of four ogee
headed lights under a flat head with splayed jambs and cills. Above is three-
light square headed window with ovolo moulded jambs and mullions. The north
front of the eastern arm of of C19 red brick with segmental arched window
openings, three-light casements to ground and first floor apart from one
four-light to left of door, all with glazing bars. Four panelled door with
gabled timber porch. At the eastern end of north front is a two storey project-
ing gabled bay, the lower storey of red brick supporting an early Cl8 timber-
framed upper storey, painted render infill to the framing which consists of
circles on west side and lozenges on north. At ground and first floors of
gabled end are three-light casements with glazing bars. To east and at right
angles to the C18 bay is a small two storey early C19 red brick addition. The
house was originally a demesne farm of Henry II.

Listing NGR: SP2995774712

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Source: English Heritage

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