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List entry Summary

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

Name: STONE HOUSE FARMHOUSE

List entry Number: 1034866

Location

STONE HOUSE FARMHOUSE, BROAD LANE

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

County District District Type Parish
WarwickshireNorth WarwickshireDistrict AuthorityFillongley

National Park: Not applicable to this List entry.

Grade: II*

Date first listed: 23-Mar-1988

Date of most recent amendment: Not applicable to this List entry.

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Legacy System: LBS

UID: 308919

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History

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Details

FILLONGLEY BROAD LANE SP28NE (South side) 6/15 Stone House Farmhouse - II* House. Early C17. Squared sandstone of irregular courses. Some timber-framing in the rear wall of the cross-wing. Plain-tiled gable roofs having parapets of moulded stone with apex finials, now eroded, and obelisks of grey sandstone to the parapet kneelers. Ridge stack of sandstone with 4 diagonally set red brick shafts above the ridge. Projecting side stack to the cross-wing of sandstone with three diagonally set shafts of red brick. Plan of 2 unit main range with cross-wing. One storey and attic. Original principal front to the garden. Hall window has 3-light cross-frame casement with original ovolo-moulded architrave and transom and mullion. The parlour doorway has a depressed arch with continuous chamfer. This door has now been partly blocked and partly fenestrated. The rear wall to the yard has a lobby-entry doorway in similar arch with a boarded door. There is a similar 3-light casement to the parlour and at the gable end another 3-light ovolo-mullion window to light the first floor chamber over the parlour. The cross-wing is in 2 bays and 2 storeys. Main elevation, now overlooking the garden, has similar stonework and roof details to the main range. There is a 3-light casement with ovolo-mullions at both ground and first floors and each has a moulded label. The rear wall overlooking the yard is framed. Small C19 dairy extensions have been made on the side and end of the cross-wing. Interior: Dog-leg staircase with landing leading from lobby-entry. Original newel with symmetrical turning to baluster and ball finial. Back-to-back inglenook hearths. Plain unstopped chamfers to main beams. At first floor raised tie beams and paired wind bracing to each of two tiers of through purlins with Queen-struts. There is a narrower bay to the lobby-entry and chimney bay. The service end was in the cross-wing and had the solar or chamber over. At ground floor the partitions between buttery and pantry still remain.

Listing NGR: SP2610587742

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National Grid Reference: SP 26105 87742

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