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Latitude: 52.3107 / 52°18'38"N
Longitude: -2.8899 / 2°53'23"W
OS Eastings: 339428
OS Northings: 268435
OS Grid: SO394684
Mapcode National: GBR BB.WK7H
Mapcode Global: VH76Y.V5LZ
Entry Name: Chapel Farmhouse
Listing Date: 11 June 1959
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1081779
English Heritage Legacy ID: 150246
Location: Wigmore, County of Herefordshire, HR6
County: County of Herefordshire
Civil Parish: Wigmore
Traditional County: Herefordshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Herefordshire
Church of England Parish: Wigmore Abbey
Church of England Diocese: Hereford
This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 05/09/2012
SO 36 NE
Farmhouse, now house. Early C15, altered late C16, refronted c1800.
Timber-framed with rendered infill on rubble base, refronted in rubble
with brick dressings. Slate roofs with brick stack to front of ridge.
Hall-house of four framed bays aligned east/west; the hall occupied the
three western bays and there was a two-storey bay at the west end. The
hall was divided into two storeys in the C16, and a large chimney inserted
in the second bay from the east end. The main entrance is situated immediately
to the rear of the chimney. Framing: four rows of panels from sill to wall-
plate exposed in rear north elevation. Wall posts are visible in south front
elevation. There is also a collar and tie-beam truss with a V-strut above
the collar at the east end. South front elevation: windows are all C19 case-
ments. There are two 2-light windows and a 3-light window with cambered
brick heads on the ground floor and three first floor 2-light windows. The
main entrance in the third bay from the west end has a C19 gabled timber porch
on shaped brackets and a ledged and battened C19 door. The north elevation
has the remains of two original 4-light wood-mullioned windows and there is
recorded to be the remains of an original arched doorhead in the west end.
A C19 rubble wing adjoins the east end of one bay and two storeys (lower
in height than the main building). There is a 2-light casement on both
floors of the south elevation and a similar porch and door to that of the
main part. Interior: roof has original collar and tie-beam trusses. The
two in the former hall have large raking struts and a V-strut above the collar,
moulded tie-beams and are carried on moulded posts with shaped heads and
cusped arch-braces. There are subsidiary arch-braced collar trusses forming
segmental arches. The wall-plates are brattished and there are three tiers
of moulded purlins and three tiers of ornately cusped swept wind-braces,
the central tier forming concave lozenge panels. The main roof truss
separating the hall from the west bay has three struts beneath the collar
and the roof above the west bay is of similar construction but simpler detail.
There is recorded to be a C16 doorway in the wall dividing the former hall
from the west bay. Also the main first floor fireplace incorporates some
reused slip-tiles of geometrical and foliated designs. The farmhouse has
been connected with a chapel in Deerfold Forest used for heretical services
but would appear to be a purely secular building of later date than the
chapel in question. (RCHM, Herefs, Vol III, p 208-9, item 3; BoE, p 233).
Listing NGR: SO3942868435
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