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Vale of White Horse (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SU 30774 90687


UFFINGTON MOOR MILL SU39SW 2/150 Moor Mill Farmhouse.


Farmhouse. C17, modified early C18: datestone top left gable L/IM/1700. Random sarsen rubble with chalk ashlar bands and blocks to front of side wings: centre is late C18. Flemish bond brick and squared and coursed chalk to rear. Thatched roof, brick: stacks. 3-unit lobby entry plan with early C18 outshot to rear right. 1 1/2-storey, 3-window range. Late C20 gabled porch incorporates late C18 flat hood with carved brackets over 4-panelled door removed from original position in front wall. Late C19 two, 3 and 4-light casements with flat chalk arches of voussoirs to left, timber lintels and segmental brick arches to centre, timber lintels and segmental chalk arch with dropped key to right. The sarsen walling is confined to squares and rectangles within the courses of chalk ashlar and the top right gable has sarsen infill to 2 diamond-shaped cut- chalk panels. Gabled and half-hipped roof; ridge stacks. Interior; chamfered and stopped beams; wood bressumers over original open fireplaces to centre left and right; Chalk fireplace with chamfered surround to first floor left; late C18 four-panelled doors, early C18 ribbed doors, late C17/early C18 6- panelled double doors to first floor right; queen-strut roof with butt purlins over central range. To rear left is one bay late C18/early C19 kitchen extension, of Flemish bond brick with brick lateral stack and projecting bread oven. Timber-framed partitions and exposed timbers in the left wing survive from an earlier C17 phase of the house.

Listing NGR: SU3077490687


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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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