PRIMROSE HILL FARMHOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II*

List Entry Number: 1076230

Date first listed: 22-Jan-1973

Statutory Address: PRIMROSE HILL FARMHOUSE, PRIMROSE HILL, KINGS NORTON B38

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Location

Statutory Address: PRIMROSE HILL FARMHOUSE, PRIMROSE HILL, KINGS NORTON B38

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Birmingham (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SP 04996 77785

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Details

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SP 07 NW 16/13 22.1.73

BIRMINGHAM PRIMROSE HILL Kings Norton B38 Primrose Hill Farmhouse

GV II*

Late C15. Timber-framed south and east fronts fronted in brick in early C20. Pitched tile roofs and brick chimneys. Two storeys. Hall range close-studded and arched braced. Originally open to roof, floor inserted above hall in late C16. C16 window inserted into ground floor on north side. North side largely obscured by modern 2-storey timber- framed porch. Cross wing of post and truss construction. Central chimney. Two blocked C15 windows with original mullions on first floor of west elevation: otherwise west elevation has 3 casements with lead glazing bars on each floor. Ground floor largely refronted with brick. Interior reported to have heavy smoke blackening to the hall range, which has 2 tiers of curved windbracing and 4 surviving trusses, including a spere truss with braces from the posts forming a sharply- pointed arch, and a king-post truss with a pair of heavy struts rising from the collar.



Listing NGR: SP0499677785

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Legacy System number: 217511

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