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© Mr Sean Bergin L.R.P.S.

IoE Number: 249577
Photographer: Mr Sean Bergin L.R.P.S.
Date Photographed: 29 May 2003
Date listed: 06 July 1987
Date of last amendment: 06 July 1987
Grade II

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FYFIELD AND TUBNEY TUBNEY SU4398 13/79 Tubney House - II House. Early C17: remodelled and extended in early C19. Walls stuccoed as imitation stone ashlar; hipped and gabled Welsh slate roofs; numerous brick stacks. C17 L-plan remodelled as early C19 double-depth plan. Early C19 Gothick Revival style. 2 storeys; 5-window range. Early C19 two-storey canted bay right of centre has early C20 porch added to front of tall pointed-arched early C19 Gothick style panelled door, and hood moulds over Gothick windows with 2-light casements. Gabled front of outer bay has early C17 three-light ovolo-moulded stone-mullioned attic window and crenellated and canted early C19 two-storey bay which has similar early C17 mullioned and transomed window over early C19 six-pane sash. 3-window range to left of entry has hood-moulds over 8-pane sashes, and pointed-arched French windows on ground floor. Crenellated parapet carried across front. Right side wall of 3-storey, 3-window range: label moulds over sashes. Rear elevation: has 6-pane sashes, and gabled outer bays of which the right bay has label moulds over 6-pane sashes and adjoins early C19 semi-circular bay with stone chamfered doorway, 2-light chamfered stone-mullioned windows and one splayed lights. Interior: cellars have two C17 chamfered and step-to-ogee-stopped beams (partly rotten). Hall: cinquefoil-panelled reveals to front door, and Gothick-style panelled doors. Early C19 staircase (c.1720-30), with fine iron-twist on vase balusters, was reset in early C19 as straight-run stair rising to balcony. Segmental-arched entries to lobby and rooms on right. Room to right has early C19 fireplace with Diana the Huntress carving, and a cased beam. Room to rear of this, entered through 6-panelled door with Gothick overlight and plasterwork arch, has fine plaster boss in ceiling. First floor has early C19 panelled doors, some with Gothick traceried heads, early C18 (c.1720-30) fireplace and panelling to right, and Gothick fireplace over drawing room to left. Early C19 king-post roof. (Buildings of England: Berkshire, p.243).

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