CENTRAL FARMHOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1136490

Date first listed: 02-Aug-1974

Statutory Address: CENTRAL FARMHOUSE

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Location

Statutory Address: CENTRAL FARMHOUSE

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

District: South Gloucestershire (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Aust

National Grid Reference: ST 59827 90013

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Details

ST 59 SE AUST LITTLETON UPON SEVERN

3/110 Central Farmhouse 2.8.74 G.V. II

Farmhouse, now house. Possibly built by William de Colerne, Abbot of Malmesbury from 1260-96, raised in height in C16 with later alterations and additions. Rubble, pantiled and double Roman tiled roofs with gable stacks, higher elevation to left with toothings of masonry projecting above the roof level on right. 2 room, through-passage plan, 2 storeys to left, it to right, 2:2 windows, all 3-light casements with timber frame and lintel, frames moulded in left block, porch in 2nd bay from left has pitched roof and cusped bargeboards, pointed entrance arch and studded plank door with strap hinges and glass insertion in moulded frame, right block has single and 2-light casements and 2 C20 dormers above; north elevation has 2 C20 windows at attic level and 2-light casement at ist floor, south elevation has 2-light casement and a lean-to on 2 stone and one timber piers with double Roman tiled roof, C20 door. Rear has C20 single storey extension to left, ground floor 2-light casement with timber lintel, dormer above, plank door in moulded frame with glass insertion in 2nd bay from right, 3-light casement with timber lintel at ground and ist floor to right. Interior: wails seem to be built on a plinth of natural rock, at least 9 inches thinner above 1st floor level, suggesting originally single storey; north room has fireplace with deep lintel with stopped ends, central ash pit, brick bread oven in right reveal; chamfered and stopped beams. 2 roof trusses in each attic, to north, deep tie-beams with principal rafters mortised into them, now sawn off and the ends boxed in, similar trusses to south of smaller scantling. Interior indicates a hall and chamber arrangement, originally open to the roof. (Sources: Hall, Linda : unpublished survey, NMR).

Listing NGR: ST5982790013

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 35212

Legacy System: LBS

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