Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1128965

Date first listed: 05-Dec-1984



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District: South Gloucestershire (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Rockhampton

National Grid Reference: ST 66021 93883


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5/259 The Elms

- II

Farmhouse. Late C17 with early C19 and later alterations and additions. Red brick with stone dressings, rubble plinth with angled brick top, hipped slate roof with some stone slates at eaves, concrete tiles to south west block, double Roman tiled extension, brick stacks. Originally L-plan, infilled early C19 by kitchen block. 2½ storeys and 5 windows, all 2-light casements of 8 panes each, under eaves at 1st floor, ground floor has outer windows of 3 panes each with margin glazing, inner casements as above, each with cambered brick head and relieving arch, position of windows to left altered, relieving arch remains over blocked window; central steep gabled porch with raised coped verges and kneelets has round headed arch springing from impost blocks, inner benches and blocked side lights, 4-panelled door with plain fanlight; 2 dormers with segmental heads, each with 2-light casement of 6 panes each; banc course of 3 courses of bricks, wooden eaves cornice on wrought iron brackets, projecting eaves. Left return has 5 windows, 4 relieving arches remaining at ground floor, only 2 casements remaining, 2nd from left and 2nd from right, central small window of panes; 1st floor has all windows blocked except 2nd front left and 2nd from right. Right return has cellar window with relieving arch, ground floor has blocked window and C20 16-pane window under relieving arch, 1st floor has blocked widow and casement as on front; straight joint to later kitchen block in similar style with larger bricks, two 2-light casements at 1st floor, one at ground floor, and with 3 panes each light and relieving arch, plank door, single storey C20 extension. Rear has original block to right with ground and 1st floor windows and dormer as on front, brickwork rising through eaves to cill of dormer; kitchen block to left has double hipped roof and 2 windows, all 2-light casements with segmental head and keystone, C20 door to right with round head, keystone and fanlight, rubble plinth continued around later block; extension to left has 2 windows, both C20, coping to wall. Interior: entrance hall has early C19 stair, open-string with turned balusters and mahogany newels; ground floor room in rear wing has wide fireplace with deep chamfered lintel, skin of a cat and 2 kittens immured in rear of fireplace; kitchen, formerly rear courtyard, has well. 5-bay roof at front has tie-beam under floor, 2 rows of purlins, collar, some purlins chamfered, but through to accommodate dormers. 3-bay roof to rear wing has similar construction with hollow-chamfered upper purlins and chamfered lower purlins.

Listing NGR: ST6602193883


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Legacy System number: 35363

Legacy System: LBS

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