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Little Netherton

A Grade II Listed Building in Dymock, Gloucestershire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.9977 / 51°59'51"N

Longitude: -2.4653 / 2°27'55"W

OS Eastings: 368148

OS Northings: 233353

OS Grid: SO681333

Mapcode National: GBR FX.J92V

Mapcode Global: VH866.711W

Entry Name: Little Netherton

Listing Date: 17 March 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1078546

English Heritage Legacy ID: 125911

Location: Dymock, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, GL18

County: Gloucestershire

District: Forest of Dean

Civil Parish: Dymock

Traditional County: Gloucestershire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Gloucestershire

Church of England Parish: Dymock St Mary the Virgin

Church of England Diocese: Gloucester

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Listing Text

DYMOCK LEOMINSTER ROAD
SO 63 SE (west side)

4/93 Little Netherton

II

Farmhouse. C15 or early C16, possibly C17, C18, 1843 for JF/JHB
(datestone). Flemish bond brickwork on squared, coursed stone
plinth on right, slate roof: Sussex-bond brickwork to lean-to
extension; brick-nogged timber-framing left, tiled roof. Left end
timber framing, corrugated-iron roof. 'T' plan, short 2 room cross
wing, 2 storey above cellar; 3-window, 2 storey stem, with 3-bay,
part lofted attached end. Entrance front: cross wing on right.
Right return, in centre semi-circular headed doorway in plinth to
cellar, rubbed brick arch, brick hoodmould, stone imposts and
keystone (datestone). Either side window opening with iron bars,
rubbed brick arch. Central sash window ground and first floors,
stone lintel, dummy keystone. Wide, flat eaves soffit: hipped
roof, chimney from eaves each side window. Front: ground level
higher: end of cross wing 2 sash windows per floor as right
return, also similar eaves. To left front of main section covered
by open verandah, 2 timber posts on stone bases, corrugated-iron
roof. Behind, on right 4 stone steps with iron railing up to 6-
panel door on left return cross wing, cambered brick arch: steps
down to cellar adjoin. To left 6-pane sash window, boarded door
under cambered brick arch on left. Single-storey lean-to brick
extension on left, corrugated-iron roof. Boarded door on right
return opening under verandah; 2-light casement on front. First
floor, 2-light casement on right, leaded lights in upper part. To
left, above lean-to, timber-framed wall, two 2-light casements.
Ridge chimney at right-hand end of timber timber-framing. On left
timber-framed extension, lower eaves, probably farm building:
doorway on right: framing some wattle and daub, some boards
between studs, some weatherboarding. Various lean-to additions to
front not of special interest.
Interior: brick arches in cellar below internal walls in cross
wing. Left gable of 2-storey timber-framed section a cruck truss,
top cut off when roof pitch lowered. King-post truss to framed
building beyond, roof otherwise renewed.


Listing NGR: SO6814833353

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