Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1156674

Date first listed: 06-Dec-1976



Ordnance survey map of CHERRY TREE FARMHOUSE
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The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Gloucestershire

District: Forest of Dean (District Authority)

Parish: Redmarley D'abitot

National Grid Reference: SO 77767 31277


REDMARLEY D'ABITOT LOWBANDS SO 7631-7731 12/178 Cherry Tree Farmhouse



Cottage. 1847 by F. O'Connor for the National Co-operative Land Company; rear section probably older: later alterations. Front section random rubble walls faced render lined as ashlar, stone plinth; rear painted random rubble, painted brick to upper parts gables; slate roofs. Three-room front, slightly projecting centre, one room deep, single storey: rear same length, one room deep, 1½ storeys. Front: half-glazed front door, 3 flush panels below, 2 glazed above. Single 8-pane casement each side; dumb- bell ventilator in gable, plain bargeboards. Two-light casement window in small panes each side, possibly renewed to original pattern. Hipped roof, centre rear and end chimneys. Left return plain end to front, flush chimney, nipped roof: end of rear very slightly set back: eaves same height. Six-panel door slightly off centre, bottom 2 flush, centre fielded, top glazed, flat timber lintel. Late C20 three-light casement over, in earlier opening, flat timber lintel. Timber verge rafters. Centre of rear originally double doors, now built up in brickwork. Rear section appears originally to have been a half-hipped barn; left end converted to stable; whole lofted over, now part of house. Unusual in being attached to earlier building. Front appears little altered. Forms group with other Chartist cottages (q.v.); listed principally for historical and sociological interest. (A. M. Hadfield, The Chartist Land Com an, 1970.)

Listing NGR: SO7776731277


The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.

Legacy System number: 125997

Legacy System: LBS


Books and journals
Hadfield, A M, The Chartist Land Company, (1970)

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