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45-49, Coleshill Road, Curdworth

Description: 45-49, Coleshill Road

Grade: II
Date Listed: 26 January 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 309374

OS Grid Reference: SP1795692830
OS Grid Coordinates: 417956, 292830
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5330, -1.7367

Location: Farthing Lane, Curdworth, Warwickshire B76 9EU

Locality: Curdworth
Local Authority: North Warwickshire Borough Council
County: Warwickshire
Country: England
Postcode: B76 9EU

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Listing Text

(North-east side)
4/60 Nos.45-49 (odd)
- II
House, now divided into 3 dwellings. C15, remodelled internally in the C16 and
externally in the C20. Timber-framed and of cruck construction, outer walls
partly rebuilt in brick and roughcast; plain tile roof; brick internal lateral
stack with lozenge shaped shaft. T-shaped plan: 2-bay hall house with cross-wing
at the south-east end and a single-bay extension at the north-west end. One
storey and attic. 2:1 window front: C20 glazing bar casements. Cross-wing to the
right has a brick band at eaves level and a triangular-headed entrance within a
left hand extension. The hall range has a gabled dormer to the right and a
gablet over the left hand attic window. Interior: the 2-bay hall range has a
central arch-braced cruck truss which supports 2 pairs of trenched purlins with
carved wind braces. Traces of a second truss are visible in the south-east wall
but it is not certain that this is of cruck construction. There may be another
cruck truss in the north-west wall as the wind braces survive here, but this
wall is now plastered over. In the C16 a first floor was inserted into the hall.
It has a spine beam with wide chamfers and chamfered and stopped joists. At the
same time a chimney stack was built in the north-west corner of the hall. The
overmantle of the fireplace is decorated with a plaster oak tree motif, probably
C17. Also visible at ground level is the foot of one of the cruck blades. The
foot of the corresponding cruck has been boxed in.

Listing NGR: SP1795692830

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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