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Shropshire (Unitary Authority)
Little Ness
National Grid Reference:
SJ 41940 20893


SJ 42 SW; 2/138

LITTLE NESS C.P., MILFORD, Milford Hall Farmhouse




Farmhouse. Late C16 or early C17. Timber-framed with plastered and painted brick infill, some laid in a herringbone fashion. Partly rebuilt in painted brick. Slate roof. Framing: closely-spaced studs with middle rail and long straight tension braces. Square panels to rear wing (three from sole plate to wall plate). T-plan. Two framed bays with wing to west also of two framed bays. Two storeys and gable-lit attic with 2-storey rear wing. East front: shaped barge boards to gable ends with finials. Small brick stack at rear of ridge to right and large old brick ridge stack at junction with wing at rear, consisting of three star-shaped shafts with weathering at base and pitched-roof link to attic. Three-window front; leaded wooden cross windows with bracketed hoods. Left-hand ground-floor window removed and opening blocked. Early C19 door between first-and second windows from right with 6 beaded flush panels (top 2 glazed), Gothic over-light with panelled spandrels and plain surround with shaped brackets supporting a gabled hood. Left- hand gable end: slightly jettied first floor with (restored) billet- ornamented bressummer and former jettied gable with carved scrolled brackets at each end of tie-beam. Small attic casement and C20 ground-floor flat-roofed square bay. Right-hand gable end: slightly jettied gable with carved scrolled brackets supporting tie-beam with carved lozenge ornament to chamfer. Small leaded attic window, blocked first-floor window, leaded 2-light wooden staircase window to right and ground-floor leaded cross window. North side of rear wing with two leaded casements to each floor and central boarded door with pedimented hood and lean- to porch. Collar and tie-beam truss in gable end to right. Lower later C17 timber-framed addition to west with integral brick end stack and collar and tie-beam end truss with queen struts. INTERIOR: left- hand ground-floor room has ogee-moulded beams with run-out stops and chamfered beam in right-hand ground-floor room. Reordered C17 panelling in entrance hall. C17 panelled doors. Ground-floor rear room with chamfered beams, plain joists and old fireplace with chamfered lintel. Early C19 staircase.

Listing NGR: SJ4194020893


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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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