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Stone House Farmhouse, Fillongley

Description: Stone House Farmhouse

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 23 March 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 308919

OS Grid Reference: SP2610587742
OS Grid Coordinates: 426105, 287742
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4870, -1.6170

Location: Broad Lane, Fillongley, Warwickshire CV7 8EH

Locality: Fillongley
Local Authority: North Warwickshire Borough Council
County: Warwickshire
Country: England
Postcode: CV7 8EH

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Listing Text

SP28NE (South side)
6/15 Stone House Farmhouse
- II*
House. Early C17. Squared sandstone of irregular courses. Some timber-framing in
the rear wall of the cross-wing. Plain-tiled gable roofs having parapets of
moulded stone with apex finials, now eroded, and obelisks of grey sandstone to
the parapet kneelers. Ridge stack of sandstone with 4 diagonally set red brick
shafts above the ridge. Projecting side stack to the cross-wing of sandstone
with three diagonally set shafts of red brick. Plan of 2 unit main range with
cross-wing. One storey and attic. Original principal front to the garden. Hall
window has 3-light cross-frame casement with original ovolo-moulded architrave
and transom and mullion. The parlour doorway has a depressed arch with
continuous chamfer. This door has now been partly blocked and partly
fenestrated. The rear wall to the yard has a lobby-entry doorway in similar arch
with a boarded door. There is a similar 3-light casement to the parlour and at
the gable end another 3-light ovolo-mullion window to light the first floor
chamber over the parlour. The cross-wing is in 2 bays and 2 storeys. Main
elevation, now overlooking the garden, has similar stonework and roof details to
the main range. There is a 3-light casement with ovolo-mullions at both ground
and first floors and each has a moulded label. The rear wall overlooking the
yard is framed. Small C19 dairy extensions have been made on the side and end of
the cross-wing. Interior: Dog-leg staircase with landing leading from
lobby-entry. Original newel with symmetrical turning to baluster and ball
finial. Back-to-back inglenook hearths. Plain unstopped chamfers to main beams.
At first floor raised tie beams and paired wind bracing to each of two tiers of
through purlins with Queen-struts. There is a narrower bay to the lobby-entry
and chimney bay. The service end was in the cross-wing and had the solar or
chamber over. At ground floor the partitions between buttery and pantry still

Listing NGR: SP2610587742

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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