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Winchester (District Authority)
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SU 57572 29615



5/1 Sevington Farmhouse (formerly listed as Sevington II* Manor Farmhouse)

Manorial farmhouse. C15 hall house, c1600 wing, C18 and C19 remodellings. Timber-frame with plaster, rubble flint infill, part rebuilt or encased in brick, all rendered, old plain tiled roof. Late medieval hall house with taller large cross-wing with staircase tower, added c1600. All re-fronted C18. Where they join bays of hall and cross-wing rebuilt and extended after C19 fire. Front is now side of crosswing, 2 storey and attic, 2 bay with central narrow bay for large stack (and stair tower on other side) and at right earlier hall house, 1½ storey, projecting froward 2 bays, with another 2 behind. C19 gabled rendered porch in 3 centred porch in 3 centred arch with fanlight above 3-panelled top-lit door. Either side C19 16-pane flush framed sash. On 1st floor 3 wide 12-pane flush frame sashes. Side of projection has a C19 1 or 2 light casement on each floor and blank end bay with large stack containing bread oven and smoking room above. Left gable end has exposed close studded timber-framing and original and replica ovolo mullioned windows on each floor; 7-light high on ground floor, 2 3-lights either side on 1st floor and 5-light in attic, which is jettied on moulded bressemer. Roof half-hipped, with boxed eaves and 2-light hipped dormer to right bay. Stack large square base with 4 diamond stacks. Inside medieval wing remains of smoke blackened crown post roof and heavy reused timbers to 1st floors. Cross wing substantially still c1600. Panelled ground and 1st floor parlours at left end, with arabesque inlay to ground floor cornice and moulded 1st floor cornice. Complete 4-newel-post staircase in tower with moulded door surrounds to rooms off landing. Original 3-centred chamfered brick fireplaces in rooms either side of stack. Attic room has original door and queen post roof with butt purlins, cross braces to collars and straight wind braces.

Listing NGR: SU5757229615


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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: 02 Jun 2006
Reference: IOE01/15586/30
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Thomas Olding. Source Historic England Archive
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