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The Brockhouse

A Grade II Listed Building in Loggerheads, Staffordshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.9601 / 52°57'36"N

Longitude: -2.4059 / 2°24'21"W

OS Eastings: 372831

OS Northings: 340379

OS Grid: SJ728403

Mapcode National: GBR 7Y.KJ47

Mapcode Global: WH9BS.0VML

Entry Name: The Brockhouse

Listing Date: 14 May 1985

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1377588

English Heritage Legacy ID: 362613

Location: Loggerheads, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, TF9

County: Staffordshire

District: Newcastle-under-Lyme

Civil Parish: Loggerheads

Traditional County: Staffordshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Staffordshire

Church of England Parish: Mucklestone St Mary

Church of England Diocese: Lichfield

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Listing Text

SJ 73 SW LOGGERHEADS C.P SMITHY LANE, Knighton
MUCKLESTONE C.P

The Brookhouse


II
4/131

Farmhouse, now house. Probably late C16 or early C17, partially re-
modelled c.1700 with later additions and alterations; dismantled and
removed from its original site during the 1970's, the house is in the
process of being re-erected in its present location (in a disused
railway cutting) at the time of re-survey (1984). Timber framed on
dressed and coursed sandstone plinth with mid-C19 purplish-brown brick
cladding to rear, porch also of sandstone; plain tiled roof. Originally
a 4-bay partly open hall of longhouse type with an unheated storage bay
or granary at the lower (formerly east) end, approached by external
lateral steps to rear; the eastern middle bay was floored over in late
C17 and a double stack inserted at its west end, replacing an existing
dual firehood which had heatedboth the eastern and western middle bays;
c.1700 an external stone stack was built against the gable end of the
western bay (also formerly unheated). One storey and attic; cellar.
Framing: double-pegged close studding with single cross rail and short
tension braces; jettied to right-hand gable end with herringbone decoration. At time of re-survey (1984) 3 windows to ground floor and
3 gabled eaves dormers (that to right-hand middle bay larger than other
2), as left-hand- former storage bay has yet to be re-erected, all 2-light
late C20 latticed casements. entrance to left through gabled stone
porch with datestone 1636 over door; brown brick ridge
VA stack with capping immediately
to right. 2 partly exposed Wall posts to brick-clad rear. Interior:
under reconstruction at time of re-survey (1984), but timber frame
(including close studding of original firehood) exposed, several C17
plank and muntin doors; the cellar, under right-hand bay and lit by a
4-light mullioned window at ground level, incorporates stonework from
the C13 Cistercian Abbey of Hulton, close to the house's original site
at Bucknall, Stoke-on-Trent (note the mason's marks). Roof of Queen-
strut type, but with 2 collars and 2 tiers of windbraces. It should be
noted that in the course of re-erection, the building's axis has been
changed so that east has become west et cetera. Ian Bailey, builder,
(personal communication); Eric Mercer, English Vernacular Houses,
R.C.H.M. (1975), p.201.


Listing NGR: SJ7283140379

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