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Chantry Cottage with Attached Farmbuildings, Longbridge Deverill

Description: Chantry Cottage with Attached Farmbuildings

Grade: II
Date Listed: 11 September 1968
English Heritage Building ID: 313415

OS Grid Reference: ST8693740123
OS Grid Coordinates: 386937, 140123
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1602, -2.1882

Location: Longbridge Deverill, Wiltshire BA12 7EQ

Locality: Longbridge Deverill
County: Wiltshire
Country: England
Postcode: BA12 7EQ

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Listing Text

ST 84 SE
(east side)
3/194 Chantry Cottage with
11.9.68 attached farmbuildings
(Formerly listed as
outbuildings at Manor


Cottage with attached farmbuildings, enclosing two sides of a courtyard to south of
Manor House (g.v.). Late C16 and C17 cottage, late C17 and C18 farmbuildings.
Cottage is rubble stone, with flint and limestone chequers to west porch, thatched
hipped roof, C20 stone stack. 'T'-plan. Two storey, 2 windowed; casements. Two
storey west porch has large stone Tudor-arched doorway with moulded jambs, broken
tablet with heraldic arms of Ludlow family over, 3-light hollow-chamfered mullioned
casement with moulded hoodmould to first floor, C20 niche over, returns of porch have
small square-headed lights. Range to right has one 3-light hollow-chamfered mullioned
casement with hoodmould to ground floor and 2-light ovolo-mullioned casement to first
floor. Right return has C20 three-light and 4-light mullioned casements. Rear has
C20 mullioned casements.
Interior has deeply chamfered beams, first floor has reset narrow chamfered pointed
doorway, formerly opening to first floor of porch. Attached to rear is 15-bay south
range of shelter sheds with central 3-bay pigeon house with dressed stone walls and
higher roof with coped verges, interior lined with pigeon holes. Attached to
north-west angle of cottage is west range of shelter sheds and stables with brick and
rubble stone walls, thatched roof. Collar and tie beam roof trusses. Part of a good,
little altered group associated with an important manor, formerly a moated site.
Cottage probably an outbuilding of the late Medieval Manor House.

Listing NGR: ST8693740123

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Source: English Heritage

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