Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II*

List Entry Number: 1117476

Date first listed: 02-May-1989



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

District: Windsor and Maidenhead (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Bray

National Grid Reference: SU 90206 77581


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BRAY STROUD FARM ROAD SU 97 NW (south-east end) 10/20 Stroud Farmhouse G.V. II*

Hall house, now farmhouse. Late C14, altered and extended Cl7, C18, Cl9 and C20. Part timber frame mostly encased in brick, partly rendered, part brick partly tile-hung. Tiled gabled roof of different heights. Originally L-plan of 3x2 framed bays with 2 framed bay hall on east, one framed bay cross-passage on west of hall and 2 framed bay solar on west of cross-passage. Early C19 extension on west of solar. 2 storeys and attic. 3 chimneys with clay pots. Entrance (north) front: former hall section on left; former gabled solar crosswing and larger gabled Cl9 extension on right. Small lean-to extensions at each end. Left section has the remaining part of the original hall window on the first floor, of 3-lights, altered, with glazing bars added, the 2 outer lights having 4-centred heads. To the right of this is an early C20, 2-light casement. On the ground floor, a C20 2-light casement on left and a C20 lean-to porch enclosing a C20 entrance door. On the right, 2 gables of one bay each, with 3-light C19 casement windows with glazing bars, the ground floor windows with mullions and transoms; small enclosed porch in centre with plain door, now disused. Large chimney on internal angle. Gable end on east is of old brick in English bond. Interior: very fine timber frame visible in roof of former hall, smoke blackened with original smoke louvres in roof. 3 wide roof trusses with very large chamfered arch braces to chamfered tie beam; chamfered arched collars clasping side purlins; chamfered wall plates with plain stops. Chamfered jowled posts with roll-moulded shaft and moulded capital, on middle truss. Original hall window in 2nd bay, the bead visible in attic; oak frame of 3 lights with hollow chamfers on mullions and 4-centred heads. Lounge: moulded ceiling cornice; C18 niche with panelled cupboard under, 3 scalloped shelves over in frame with fluted Doric pilasters, moulded semi-circular head with fluted keystone; all in moulded outer architrave. Dining room: principal beam moulded with hollow chamfers and 3 roll moulds on underside, supported on the moulded top of a post or bracket just visible. The house may have originally been the manor house of the Manor of Strode.

Listing NGR: SU9025477594


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