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Church Farmhouse

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Map ReferenceSS97SW
Grid ReferenceSS9423073350
Unitary (Local) AuthorityThe Vale of Glamorgan
Old CountyGlamorgan
Period16th Century
Mid C16 house, with earlier origins.

Two storeys, thatched roof with eyebrows with distinctive ochre painted lime-rendered elevations. Originally a two-cell house with offset entry, later bay to E end which marginally breaks forward of the front elevation and the eaves line. Three stacks; two gable, one axial. Off-centre two-centred dressed stone doorway with new oak door. Front elevation has three, four-paned casements to first floor stepping down to the right, all are set below thatched eyebrows, that to the left being more pronounced. Central small single, square-headed light with chamfered stone frame and ferramenta. At ground floor level is a C16, three-light window with arched heads, diamond leaded casements, sunk chamfered mullions and carved spandrels under a straight hoodmould. The gable ends are unlit. Rear elevation has a later, long single storey lean-to, with three, four-paned casements and rooflights. Further casement to the E end.

Source: Cadw Listing Database, RCAHMW, 21/06/2012