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Bury Farm

A Grade II Listed Building in West Ruislip, London

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.5827 / 51°34'57"N

Longitude: -0.432 / 0°25'55"W

OS Eastings: 508736

OS Northings: 188262

OS Grid: TQ087882

Mapcode National: GBR 2Q.XDL

Mapcode Global: VHFSZ.GHG0

Entry Name: Bury Farm

Listing Date: 6 September 1974

Last Amended: 1 February 1989

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1080269

English Heritage Legacy ID: 202710

Location: Hillingdon, London, HA4

County: London

District: Hillingdon

Electoral Ward/Division: West Ruislip

Built-Up Area: Hillingdon

Traditional County: Middlesex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater London

Church of England Parish: St Martin Ruislip

Church of England Diocese: London

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Listing Text


In the entry for:

9/51
BURY STREET
(West Side)
RUISLIP
No 123

The address and description shall be amended to read:

BURY STREET
(West Side)
RUISLIP
No 123 (Bury Farmhouse)

Farmhouse, now house. Late C14/early C15, rebuilt in early C17; clad in English
bond brick with inscribed date of 1776. Gabled old tile roof; brick ridge stack
with oversailing courses. Late medieval open hall plan, mainly demolished and
rebuilt in early C17 three-unit lobby-entry plan. Mid C18 flat hood over C19
four-panelled (2 glazed) door set in beaded wood architrave. Mid C18 two-storey
canted bay to left with mid C19 casements to ground floor, C20 to first floor;
2-light window over door inserted c.1986; late C19 four-light casement above
segmental-arched 3-light casement to right. Similar 2-light casement to mid
C18 outshut to right. Rear: early/mid C19 outshut to left; exposed C17 timber
framing to right. Interior: exposed timber framing throughout. Late C14/early
C15 timber-framed partition wall to right: this was the left-side wall of a
former Medieval cross wing, and retains a dovetail joint; which carried the
bressummer of a jettied front; the left-hand side of this wall was reworked
in the early C17, when the Medieval open hall was demolished and rebuilt. Part
of the medieval brick hearth survives under the hall floor. Stop-chamfered
beams in rooms to centre and left. Central fireplace has back to back open
fireplaces, with C17 chamfered bressummer and salt cupboard to left; rare survival
of a C17 smoking chamber to right. Stop-chamfered beam and fireplace bressummer
to first floor. First floor room to left has C17 window opening with mortices
for removed wood mullions. Stud partitions beneth truses. Arch braces to beneath trusses. Arch braces to
3-bay queen-post roof with clasped purlins and split-oak common rafters.

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In the entry for:

9/51
BURY STREET
(west side)
RUISLIP
No 123 (Bury Farmhouse)

The address shall be amended to read;

BURY STREET
(west side)
RUISLIP
Bury Farm (No 123)

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1.
5018 BURY STREET
(West Side)
RUISLIP
No 123
TQ 0888 9/51
II
2.
C17 or early Cl8 cottage of 2 storeys, 3 bays, irregular. Red brick with brick
dentil cornice. Fairly high pitched swept tiled roof. Compound chimney stack,
with rebated angles, partly rebuilt. At left a 2-storey canted bay. Some windows
C19 1-bar casements, others sashes with vertical bars. Central 4-panel door
under cornice hood. Lean-to extensions at right and rear.


Listing NGR: TQ0873688262

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