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Cooper's Hill Farm

A Grade II Listed Building in Brockworth, Gloucestershire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.8273 / 51°49'38"N

Longitude: -2.1485 / 2°8'54"W

OS Eastings: 389861

OS Northings: 214306

OS Grid: SO898143

Mapcode National: GBR 1LP.HLP

Mapcode Global: VH94L.QB1K

Entry Name: Cooper's Hill Farm

Listing Date: 22 October 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1340128

English Heritage Legacy ID: 134984

Location: Brockworth, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, GL3

County: Gloucestershire

District: Tewkesbury

Civil Parish: Brockworth

Traditional County: Gloucestershire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Gloucestershire

Church of England Parish: Brockworth St George

Church of England Diocese: Gloucester

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Listing Text

SO 81 SE BROCKWORTH -

6/32 Cooper's Hill Farm

II


Large house. Late C16-early C18 altered mid-late C18. Late C16
range ashlar with a red tile roof and C20 artificial stone stack.
Late C16-early C17 range: ashlar plinth and square-panelled timber
framing, now pebble-dashed; projecting ashlar stacks; stone slate
roofing. Dairy/kitchen extension: limestone rubble with pantile
roof and a C20 artificial stone stack. Rectangular plan to the
early range with the slightly lower range added to the north gable
end to form an 'L'-shaped plan. Long rectangular dairy range at
the south west corner and parallel to the early range. Early
ranges 2 storeys with cellar under the timber-framed part.
Dairy/kitchen range: l½ storeys. West front of early range: 3-
light C19 casement with transom and keystone, similar window above;
fielded 6-panel door to the right. Single-light casement with a
flat-chamfered surround to the gable end. Pebble-dashed range
projects forwards to the right: small plank door to cellar within
the limestone plinth at the gable end; tripartite sashes to the
ground and first floors above, similar tripartite sash to the
ground floor of the left-hand return with 2-light stone-mullioned
casement below. C19 and C20 two-light casements some with transoms
to the right-hand return; single storey late C18-early C19 bow
window right. Three-light casement to the first floor of west
facing gable, ovolo-moulded cross window below, now blocked.
Dairy/kitchen range: two and 3-light casements, mostly C20; central
plank door; four C20 skylights.
Interior of early range: intersecting beams with deep flat
chamfers. The spine beams are narrower than the beams with which
they intersect; inglenook fireplace with bressumer in the same
room, formerly with wooden spiral staircase rising to the right,
now blocked off. Exposed square-panelled timber framing visible
within the adjoining range. Panelled room with wooden frieze
decorated with ornate strapwork; moulded cornice above. Over the
fireplace the frieze is decorated with heraldic emblems in bold
relief, possibly associated with the Guise family: two-headed bird
at the centre, flanked by pairs of animals, probably a lion and a
fox together with further unidentifiable heraldic motifs and
flowers. Open fireplace with deep stone lintel and flat-chamfered
surround in the adjoining room; two similar smaller fireplaces in
upstairs rooms. Large open fireplace with bressumer and bread oven
within the kitchen/dairy range. Queen post roof over stone-built
early range suggests it may have been re-roofed. during the C18.


Listing NGR: SO8986114306

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