This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
ASHLEWORTH THE VILLAGE SO 82 NW (west side) 2/25 Harper's Farmhouse II Farmhouse. C17, early and late C18, late C19. Cross wing timber- framed, brick-nogged or wattle and daub infill, replaced by brick and stone at front: first extension irregular English bond brickwork, second same but regular, Flemish bond to front: tiled roof. Two 2-window sections, left 2 1/2 storey, right 2 storey, cross wing 1 1/2 storey; small rear stair extension (late C19). Front: cross wing, timber corner post on right, brace to truss: 2-light casement window, cambered brick arch. Gable truss above, 3-light casement window, iron opening-light, weatherboard over on brackets.
Left return small window; gabled dormer above, Y tracery, decorative barge boards, timber finial. Set back on left, brick wing, front on right covered conservatory: to left mid C20 metal French doors, cambered brick arch. Half-glazed door under timber hood to porch, wooden finial, trellis sides. Single-storey canted bay to left, 6-pane windows, lead flat. Vertical joint to left; similar bay with small panes; 2-light, flat headed opening to cellar on left; blocked window. First floor, four 3-light casement windows, iron opening lights, cambered brick arches in higher, left section. Dentil eaves. Chimney from right eaves cross wing, 3 on ridge brick section: roof half-hipped down to ridge of cross wing. Left return 2-light casement on right to ground floor, steps down to cellar, both cambered brick arches: blocked slit above cellar door. Two-light casement in gable, iron opening light, no lintel. Interior: right room brick section wide fireplace recess, timber lintel, beaded edge, original wooden seat on right: stone-paved floor, boarded door. Left end, arch each side fireplace, left open to front section, reported to contain organ in C19; right blind, harness room behind with outside door.
Listing NGR: SO8133326045
© Geoffrey Dawson. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Dawson, Geoffrey
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