This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
CHEDINGTON CHEDINGTON VILLAGE ST 40 NE 2/184 Lower Farmhouse GV II
Farmhouse. C17. Rubble-stone with flint and dressed rubble-stone walls.
Thatch roof, hipped at left hand, gabled at right hand. 4 stacks. 1 1/2 and 2 storeys, intermittently. 8 windows. Ground has 3- and 4-light stone mullions, hollow-chamfered. Square projecting bay, right of front door, has a 3-lighter with hollow-chamfered mullions. Wooden and iron casements, mainly with small leaded lights. Wooden lintels and cills.
Right hand end has wooden mullions with fake lead lights. Front doors, at left hand, wood plank with glass lights; at right hand, wooden with muntins and ornamental strap-hinges. Interior: present office has deep- chamfered ceiling-beam with filleted stops. Rear wing has Tudor-arch stone fireplace with chamfered jambs, circa early Cl7. 2 keeping-places in the rear wall. Attached service-range, west of kitchen of 2 rooms. Roof of jointed cruck construction, with 2 sets of purlins. Back-yard has signs of drive-shaft (horse-power) for churning milk in rear store.
Listing NGR: ST4869205410
Copyright IoE Mr Ken Venton-Prentice. Source Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Venton-Prentice, Ken
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