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Statutory Address:

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

Tewkesbury (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SO 85725 32587



7/66 Vine Farm



Detached farmhouse. C15 or earlier, C16, C17-early C18 and C18. Close-studded timber-framing, square-panelled timber-framing with painted brick infill, coursed squared and dressed limestone, brick. Red tile roof, blue lias/brick and brick stacks. Rectangular C15 (or earlier), west wing, close-studded timber-framing to upper floor, square-panelled timber-framing to ground floor. Rectangular close-studded wing at east end with gabled stairs projection from right-hand wall flanked by projecting blue lias stacks. Late C17-C18 wing extending southwards from junction between the two earlier parts. C19 corrugated iron lean-to linking house to barn/store not of special interest. Small late C18 brick extension in angle between close-studded block and the latter. Garden front; C16 close-studded wing projects forwards right, jettied gable-end with original bargeboard with zig-zag decoration. Large 3-light C20 casements with horizontal glazing bars to ground floor, similar 2-light window to first floor. Two- light casement to attic. C17-early C18 square timber-framed wing left 1/2 storey with two C20 roof dormers with plate glass casements lighting upper floor, 2-light C20 casement with horizontal glazing bars to ground floor. Access via lean-to left of C18 extension. West wing lit by small C20 one, 2 and 4-light wood casements. Brick dentil decoration at eaves of small C18 extension. Twin diagonal blue lias/brick stacks either side of stairs projection, from right-hand wall of close-studded C16 block. Axial brick stack from late C17-early C18 extension. V.C.H. refers to indications of a cruck-framed hall in the back (presumably west) wing. House once owned by the Hayward family (q.v. churchyard monuments and Southfield House). Interior not accessible. (Forthampton Estate). (V.C.H., Glos. Vol 8, p.197).

Listing NGR: SO8572532587


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Books and journals
Page, W, The Victoria History of the County of Gloucester, (1969), 197


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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Date: 27 Aug 2001
Reference: IOE01/04618/34
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