Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II*

List Entry Number: 1301155

Date first listed: 26-Apr-1957

Statutory Address: WYEFORD FARM HOUSE


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Statutory Address: WYEFORD FARM HOUSE

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

County: Hampshire

District: Basingstoke and Deane (District Authority)

Parish: Pamber

National Grid Reference: SU 59972 58885


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SU 55 NE PAMBER 4/3 26.4.57 Wyeford Farm House


Early C17, early C20. Two-storeys and attic. A symmetrical south-east elevation (of 2 storeys) has 2 wide and a narrow central bay. Tiled roof, central Tudor (restoration) stack of 6 diagonal flues on a rectangular base. The walling is in red brickwork in English bond, with a toothing below an eaves fascia, the latter merging with raised window surrounds, a first-floor band merging with the ground-floor window surrounds, a high plinth, and 4 pilasters, set in from each corner, having terra-cotta Ionic caps (see also Dummer Grange in the parish of Dummer-with-Kempshott. Within the raised window surrounds there are rubbed flat arches with a narrow brick keystone, and stone frames with chamfered reveals. The detail is carried round to the other elevations, the toothing following each gable as well as a second-floor band. Each gable has a small attic window. On the entrance front (north-east) a narrower bay contains an oval arched (recessed) doorway, beneath a projected panel. Leaded windows of one (attic) and 3 (some 2) lights. The later extension continues the general form, but with simple details, with some gabled dormers and 'Tudor' stacks, and a 1/2-timbered north wall.


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Legacy System number: 138962

Legacy System: LBS

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