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Toney's Farmhouse

A Grade II Listed Building in Bromesberrow, Gloucestershire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.0112 / 52°0'40"N

Longitude: -2.3729 / 2°22'22"W

OS Eastings: 374499

OS Northings: 234812

OS Grid: SO744348

Mapcode National: GBR 0GR.T1V

Mapcode Global: VH93H.TQC3

Entry Name: Toney's Farmhouse

Listing Date: 17 March 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1155015

English Heritage Legacy ID: 125837

Location: Bromesberrow, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, HR8

County: Gloucestershire

District: Forest of Dean

Civil Parish: Bromesberrow

Traditional County: Gloucestershire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Gloucestershire

Church of England Parish: Bromsberrow St Mary the Virgin

Church of England Diocese: Gloucester

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Listing Text

BROMSBERROW CHASE END LANE
SO 73 SW

5/20 Toney's Farmhouse

II

Farmhouse: late C14 or early C15, C17, altered C19, C20. English
garden wall brickwork, random rubble stone, brick-nogged timber
framing, tiled roof. 'L'-plan, 2-bay, 2[-storey cross wing, 4-bay
2-storey main block, upper storey partly in roof. Later lean-to
along side away from yard. To yard: largely brickwork, 3-light
wooden casement windows. On left window with flat head and no
lintel: to right similar but with cambered brick arch. French
doors on right, timber lintel, outline of former porch over
(doorway on line of cross passage of original house). To right
ground floor wall stone up to corner: further French doors,
cambered brick arch; late C20 single-storey lean-to porch, door
left return, 2-light casement in end. Further window to right, in
cross wing. First floor 3 windows, in lean-to dormers: further
window in cross wing, cambered brick arch: timber-framed gable
over, tie beam and collar, 'V' struts above, 2-light casement
window. Roof to main wing gable on right above eaves to cross
wing: half hip one bay from left, with lower pitch beyond. Brick
chimney on ridge on line of cross passage: large external stack on
right return cross wing.
Interior: cross-wing roof cut tie-beam truss, 2 pairs purlins,
square ridge, wind brace cuts rafters. Ceiling beams right half
main block ground floor large hollow chamfers, bar stop. First
floor main block on right one base cruck truss (apparenty cut off
below floor level), arch braces, plain chamfer, square-set moulded
aisle plate; above 'V' struts to principal rafters, cusped
foiling, curved wind braces to further pair purlins: ridge hidden
by high ceiling. Half-truss in bay to right, with high collar and
arch braces. Wind braces to aisle plate. Mortices for inserted
ceiling joists on-aisle plate: cruck truss notched for ceiling
beam (since removed). Spere truss away from cross wing: posts
exposed in cupboards beyond, braces to aisle plate plastered over
in main upper room. Cross passage blocked by inserted large stone
chimney base. Truss beyond closed, tie beam, 2 collar and angle
struts. Two boarded doors, strap hinges in cross wing, first floor.
Open hall, with C17 inserted floor and chimney, filling cross
passage. An important medieval survival.


Listing NGR: SO7449934812

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