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Bishop's Farm House

A Grade II Listed Building in Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.4802 / 51°28'48"N

Longitude: -0.6646 / 0°39'52"W

OS Eastings: 492831

OS Northings: 176539

OS Grid: SU928765

Mapcode National: GBR F8J.0SY

Mapcode Global: VHFTF.F2J3

Entry Name: Bishop's Farm House

Listing Date: 11 April 1972

Last Amended: 20 March 1990

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1117489

English Heritage Legacy ID: 41018

Location: Bray, Windsor and Maidenhead, SL4

County: Windsor and Maidenhead

Civil Parish: Bray

Built-Up Area: Windsor

Traditional County: Berkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Berkshire

Church of England Parish: Bray with Braywood

Church of England Diocese: Oxford

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Listing Text

IN the entry for:-
BRAY BISHOP FARM CLOSE
(north west side)
Oakley Green
10/1 Bishop's Farm House
(formerly listed as
11.4.72 (Bishop's Farmhouse)


The description shall be amended to read:-

SU 97 NW BRAY BISHOP FARM CLOSE
(north west side)
Oakley Green
loll Bishop's Farm House
(formerly listed as
11.4.72 Bishop's Farmhouse)

Hall house, now 9 flats. Early C15, altered C17, altered and extended C19 and
C20. Part timber frame encased in render with many false timbers over render-
ing; part brick; old tile cabled roof. Probably formerly rectangular plan of 3
framed bays with cross passage running south east to north west; service end on
south west. One bay of former hall demolished to form later L-plan of 2 x 2
framed bays. Further 2-bay extension on north west at end of cross passage; now
irregular with large extension on north east. 2 storeys. Several chimneys with
clay pots; one a C17 full-height stack with rendered offsets. C19 and C20 neo-
Tudor leaden casements and mullion and transom windows; some without leading.
South-east (entrances) front: irregular. 2 storey gabled entrance porch with
4-panelled door. Single-light window each side of door, 4-light oriel window
above. The porch is across the internal angle of this front. The section to
the left of the porch has 2 large projecting chimneys with diamond shafts and
offset heads. Between the chimneys a full height gabled window; a gabled
3-light window on first floor and a 2 and 3-light window on ground floor.
Between the right hand chimney and the porch, 2 small windows on first floor and
a 3-light window on the ground floor. The section to the right of the porch has
a centre gable with 4-light window on first floor, a door with ornate glazed
panels below, with single-light window on either side. To the left a gabled
3-light window on first floor and a 4-light window below. South west front: 3
one-bay gables with single-storey part on left. 3-light windows on first
floor. French casements on ground floor. Interior: some timber frame exposed.
Partly queen post roof trusses and part redundant crown post trusses with large
cambered tie beams. Post to centre truss in western part has a roll moulding
which is carried up on to curved brace.

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BRAY BISHOPS FARM CLOSE
SU 97 NW
(north west side)
10/1 Oakley Green
11.04.72 Bisbop's Farm House
(formerly listed as
Bisbop's Farmhouse)
II

Hall house, now 9 flats. Early C15, altered C17, altered and extended C19 and C20. Part timber
frame encased in render with many false timbers over rendering; part brick; old tile gabled roof.
Probably formerly L-plan of 2x2 framed bays with a 2-framed bay barn adjoining; now irregular with
large extension on north east. 2 storeys. Several chimneys with clay pots; one a C17 full-height
stack with rendered offsets. C19 and C20 neo-Tudor leaded casements and mullion and transom
windows; some without leading. South-east (entrance) front: irregular. 2 storey gabled entrance
porch with 4-panelled door. Single-light window each side of door, 4-light oriel window above.
The porch is across the internal angle of this front. The section to the left of the porch has 2
large projecting chimneys with diamond shafts and offset heads. Between the chimneys a full height
gabled window; a gabled 3-light window on first floor and a 2- and 3-light window on ground floor.
Between the right hand chimney and the porch, 2 small windows on first floor and a 3-light window
on the ground floor. The section to the right of the porch has a centre gable with 4-light window
on first floor, a door with ornate glazed panels below, with single-light window on either side.
To the left a gabled 3-light window on first floor and a 4-light window below. South west front:
3 one-bay gables with single-storey part on left. 3-light windows on first floor. French
casements on ground floor. Interior: some timber frame exposed. Partly queen post roof trusses
and part redundant crown post trusses with large cambered tie beams. Post to centre truss in
western part has a roll moulding which is carried up on to curved brace.


Listing NGR: SU9283176539

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