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Latitude: 51.4488 / 51°26'55"N
Longitude: -0.7063 / 0°42'22"W
OS Eastings: 489998
OS Northings: 172998
OS Grid: SU899729
Mapcode National: GBR D7J.289
Mapcode Global: VHDWY.PVZ6
Entry Name: Oxford Cottage Farmhouse
Listing Date: 16 January 1981
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1061310
English Heritage Legacy ID: 489492
Location: Winkfield, Bracknell Forest, SL4
County: Bracknell Forest
Civil Parish: Winkfield
Traditional County: Berkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Berkshire
Church of England Parish: Winkfield
Church of England Diocese: Oxford
SU87SE WINKFIELD LANE, Winkfield Street
674-1/12/276 (North West side)
16/01/81 Oxford Cottage Farmhouse
Hall house, now house. Late C15 extended early C19, altered
and extended late C20.
MATERIALS: part timber frame encased in red brick, part red
brick, all in Flemish bond. Old tile hipped and gabled roof.
PLAN: rectangular plan of 2 framed bays with extensions at
right and at rear.
EXTERIOR: C20 casement windows and sash windows with glazing
bars, those on ground floor with segmental brick arched
heads. 2 storeys with brick dentilled eaves on C19 extension
at right. Single ridge chimney on right, cut down, and one
chimney at rear. Road front, south-east, irregular. Left hand
section has two 2-light windows on first floor, one on right
gabled dormer flush with wall and breaking eaves. One 3-light
and one 2-light window on ground floor with French casements
and side lights on right, set in enlarged opening. Lean-to
hipped enclosed entrance porch on left with plain door. Above
this, roof framing visible in the gable. Right hand section,
taller with one 2-light window on first floor, and 2 sash
windows on ground floor.
INTERIOR: part of the timber frame visible, with curved wind
braces. Redundant crown post roof.
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