This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
SP 90 NW CHARTRIDGE ASHERIDGE (west side)
2/2 Asheridge Farmhouse
House. C15 altered and extended. C17-19. Originally timber framed, now outwardly all brick. Old tile roof, slate to C19 west wing. Hall house with cross wing, extended to west. South elevation of hall range has 6-panel door on left, modern 4-light casement on right, two 3-light casements to first floor. Gable of cross wing on left has 3-light sash window to ground floor, 4-light casement above. C17 chimney to north side of hall range. C19 wing with sash windows. Interior. Heavy chamfered joists and beams of C17 inserted floor in hall, C17 inglenook and renewed newel stair in angle of cross wing. Timber framing of cross wing also exposed; first floor, fine chamfered open truss of hall, arched braced tie and collar, large quadrant windbraces in roof. History. The home of Aneurin Bevan 1954-60.
RCHM I p 98 MON 28
Listing NGR: SP9295405335
© Mr Christopher J. Mettem. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Mettem, Christopher J.
Rights Holder: Mettem, Christopher J.
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