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Date Listed: 11 December 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 313545
OS Grid Reference: ST9944239332
OS Grid Coordinates: 399442, 139332
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1532, -2.0093
CODFORD SALISBURY ROAD
ST 93 NE
(off north side)
Farm cottage with attached shelter shed, barn and cowshed, now
partly converted to accommodation. 1860s. Cottage is cob with
hipped tiled roof, axial brick stack; barn is weatherboarded
timber-frame on English garden wall bond brick plinth, Welsh slate
roof, former cowshed is cob and rubble stone with tiled roof. Farm
group on three sides of south-facing yard. Two-storey, 4-window
east front of cottage; planked door to left and 2-light casement
to left and three to right, one in blocked doorway, four 2-light
first floor casements. Brick lean-to extension to right return,
rear C20 addition in similar style. Six-bay open-fronted cart shed
or shelter shed attached to rear with slate roof on wooden posts.
Five-bay barn parallel to house has double planked central doors
facing yard and steel doors to rear. Former cowshed now annexe to
house, on same axis and attached to south end of barn, has planked
door, 2-light casements and inserted 16-pane sash to gable end,
gabled dormers and casements to rear.
Interior of house retains original joinery including doors, tongue
and groove dado, stairs against former rear wall, open fireplace on
north side of stack. Barn has queen strut trusses on jowled main
posts, beam on south side of centre bay inscribed J. FORD 1865. A
little altered example of a mid C19 downland farmstead group,
Listing NGR: ST9944239332
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Source: English Heritage
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