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IoE Number: 425553
Photographer: Mr Peter Tree
Date Photographed: 03 September 2004
Date listed: 20 May 1974
Date of last amendment: 20 May 1974
Grade I

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1.STANSFIElDPurton Green Farmhouse2006TL 75 SE 7/422

1. STANSFIElD Purton Green Farmhouse 2006 TL 75 SE 7/422 I 2. A mediaeval timber-framed aisled hall house which could be dated as early as the late C13. The 2 storey bay at the north end, with service area on the ground storey and solar above, is a replacement of the C15. The 2 storey bay at the south end was added in the C16 and had a fireplace which was demolished when the building was restored by the Landmark Trust in 1971 Only the fine carved lintel remains. The exterior has exposed studding with plaster infill. At the north and south ends the upper storey is jettied on exposed joists. The heavy boarded and ledged doors are restored and the windows are partly original and partly restored, with diamond mullions. The hall has scissor-brace roof trusses, the original timbers are smoke blackened. At the north end the staircase is restored in its original form with solid steps of quartered oak. Roof thatched, hipped. This house is of outstanding importance as one of the earliest framed houses in Britain.

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