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IoE Number: 32956
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Date listed: 04 December 1986
Date of last amendment: 04 December 1986
Grade II

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ST 56 SWCHEW STOKE C.P.NGR 5496252/79North Hill Farmhouse

ST 56 SW CHEW STOKE C.P. NGR 549625 2/79 North Hill Farmhouse II Farmhouse. C15 origin, originally one room and 1½ storeys, extended to left probably early C16, later C16 wing to rear, roof raised to 2 storeys and re- windowed mid C19, few further alterations. Limestone rubble with stone dressings, brick double Roman tiled roof with brick gable stack to left and ridge stack to right of front door. Through passage, L-plan formed by rear wing. 2 storeys and 3 windows, ground floor has 3-light C19 wooden casement to right and left, off-centre stone pointed arched and chamfered doorway, wall projecting slightly to left of door, (probably former external wall), first floor has three 6-pane sashes with wider central pane; between floors to left, timber lintel remaining from former attic window, to right of door, straight joint rising only to first floor level, metal wall-tie to right of door, stonework different under eaves from raising roof-level. Right return has line of former roof-level, blocked door with timber lintel remaining, C19 2-light casement at first floor and timber lintel remaining above from former window; rear wing to right has no windows, 2 storeys, small single storey lean-to at rear of wing. Rear has brick single storey lean-to along rear concealing rear through-passage door, inner side of wing has two 2-light casements at ground floor and 2 sashes at first floor as on front. Interior: rear wing only seen, very deep-chamfered beam, room only about 2 metres high, hooks in ceiling, round-arched door leading to front right room.

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