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SP3002-3102 BAMPTON MILL STREET South side) 14/106 College Farm House 12/09/55

GV II House, part now used as flat and showroom. Circa 1700, incorporating older building and re-using older fragments. Coursed limestone rubble with stone slate roofs, hipped over main block. Chimneys have square ashlar shafts linked by cornice tops. U-plan. 2 storeys and attic. Main range along north side is of 3 bays with irregular C19 2- and 3-light barred wooden casements with wooden lintels. Right bay has single lights flanking ground floor window, the right blocked, the left with leaded glazing and old wooden frame. Above is a C17/early C18 stone mullion window with ovolo mouldings, leaded glazing and Tudor hoodmould. Similar blocked 3-light window in right return. 2 hipped roof dormer with paired leaded casements. C19 flush-panelled top-lit door to right of centre; blocked doorway with casement to left of centre. Left end of north wing, and rear of left bay have C17 4-light windows, possibly re-used, the ground floor with hollow-chamfered stone mullions and Tudor hoodmoulds, the first floor with ovolo-moulded wood mullions and lintels. Hipped stair to rear of main stack retains old 2-light window at attic level, but other rear windows are altered. West wing has C17 3-light leaded window with ovolo-moulded wooden mullions and lintel to first floor of east side, but otherwise has altered openings, the south bay formerly with loft over cart entry. East wing, attached to remainder only by north-west corner, is of 2 bays and retains some old leaded windows with ovolo-moulded wooden mullions and lintels. Some windows renewed in same style. C20 showroom window and door in east side. Interior: stop-chamfered main ceiling beams; large but slightly altered fireplaces, one with chamfered stone jambs; winder stair from first floor to attic. Traces of an old fire hearth have been found in north-west bay.

Listing NGR: SP3112902878


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 21 Dec 2002
Reference: IOE01/09512/31
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Philip Barnett. Source Historic England Archive
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