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Mill Farmhouse the Old Mill House

A Grade II Listed Building in Redditch, Worcestershire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.2955 / 52°17'43"N

Longitude: -1.9096 / 1°54'34"W

OS Eastings: 406260

OS Northings: 266376

OS Grid: SP062663

Mapcode National: GBR 3J1.40B

Mapcode Global: VH9ZV.VKBM

Entry Name: Mill Farmhouse the Old Mill House

Listing Date: 11 November 1975

Last Amended: 28 November 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1348636

English Heritage Legacy ID: 156595

Location: Redditch, Worcestershire, B98

County: Worcestershire

District: Redditch

Town: Redditch

Electoral Ward/Division: Matchborough

Traditional County: Warwickshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Worcestershire

Church of England Parish: Ipsley

Church of England Diocese: Worcester

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Listing Text

REDDITCH B. IPSLEY CHURCH LANE (south side)
SP 06 NE Ipsley

2/119 The Old Mill House and
Mill Farmhouse (formerly
11.11.75 listed as Stanley Farmhouse
and Ipsley Mill Farmhouse)

- II


Farmhouse, divided into two dwellings. Late C16 with mid-C19 and mid-C20
alterations and additions. Timber-framed with painted brick infill, plinth,
replacement walling, refacing and additions; plain tiled roofs. Hall and
cross-wing plan; hall part of two framed bays aligned north-west/south-east
with external chimney at south-east gable end; cross-wing at north-west end
is of two framed bays and there is a large chimney at the junction of hall
and cross-wing with a brick stack at south-east side of cross-wing roof
ridge. Two storeys and attic with dormers. Framing: two rows of panels
survive at first floor level of hall -part with short straight braces in
some upper corners; there is a small area of close-set studding at ground
floor level in the south-west elevation; cross-wing has four panels from
sill to wall-plate but much replacement walling at ground floor level; swept
braces in some upper corners of north-east bay; collar and tie-beam trusses
with raking struts at gable ends. South-west front elevation: C20 casements
throughout (leaded in hall part); ground floor of hall part has two 3-light
windows and a rectangular light; first floor has four 2-light windows and a
single-light window; main entrance to right of centre has a lean-to canopy
on brackets and a C20 door. Cross-wing gable end has a 2-light ground floor
window and an attic light and from it projects a C19 external chimney. Main
entrance to other dwelling in north-west side elevation of cross-wing.
Interior not inspected. Extensive C19 additions at rear. Before 1900 it
is recorded that the building was used as a needle factory and underwent
enlargement to provide workrooms. (VCH 3, p 123).


Listing NGR: SP0626066376

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