This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
ST 79 NW STINCHCOMBE CLINGRE LANE 3/94 (west side)
Old Clingre Farmhouse
Dwelling, formerly farmhouse. Early C18. Marlstone rubble, concrete tile roof.
L-plan, small modern extension north-east corner. Principal front, facing away from Clingre Lane, central ridge stack, two storeys and attic, 5-windowed, wood transome and mullion cross-form 2-light, close spaced continuous string at first floor, former central door opening now matching window; in gable, left, one small- 2-light casement to attic, large plate glass opening ground floor; elevation to road various casements, including C18 3-light, first floor left, and 5-light under segmental brick arch, ground floor right. Modern door in extension, north end. Large open fire, remains of bread oven, new bressumer centre main block opposite former door, and large open fire to south-west gable. C16 doorway built in in north wing. Roof rebuilt c1970.
Listing NGR: ST7299499726
© Ms Anne Griffiths. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Griffiths, Anne
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Concrete, Marlstone, Rubble, Tile, Medieval Architectural Fragment, Tudor Unassigned, Elizabethan Farmhouse, Domestic, Agricultural Dwelling, Dwelling, House, Agriculture And Subsistence, Farm Building, Agricultural Building