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Description: West Leaze Farmhouse
Date Listed: 20 September 1979
English Heritage Building ID: 318648
OS Grid Reference: SU1386483177
OS Grid Coordinates: 413864, 183177
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5473, -1.8014
5410 WROUGHTON WEST LEAZE
West Leaze Farmhouse
SU 18 SW 10/511
Early C19. Two and a half storeys. Rubble with red brick front. Ashlar
lintels and plinth. Mansard slate roof, half nipped to south-east. Three
dormers. Three brick chimneys, gable end attic windows. Four windows, glazing
bar sashes, tripartite, except on first floor over entrance which is left
of centre and has moulded hood, now on iron supports, wide bead moulded jambs,
half glazed door with patterned overlight. Low single storey cowshed, rubble
with slate roof to left. Former cheese room extension to right forming 'L'.
Lean-to in angle (at rear) for pump etc.
Washhouse and coach-house/servants rooms to rear - stone with half hipped
The farmhouse appears to owe its origin to the canal (like Wharf Farmhouse,
Listing NGR: SU1386483177
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Source: English Heritage
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