Brokenborough Farmhouse, Brokenborough, Wiltshire, SN16 (Grade II)

Brokenborough Farmhouse is a grade two (II) listed building in Brokenborough, Wiltshire, SN16. It was first listed in 1951.

A farmhouse that was built in the 1700s with a part added in the 1800s. It is made of big rocks with a roof made of stone tiles. There are two big chimneys. The front has a porch made of brick with a door that has six panels, two of which are glass. Inside there are beams with fancy edges and two staircases, one with an original door made of planks.

About Brokenborough Farmhouse

BROKENBOROUGH MAIN STREET ST 98 NW 4/1 Brokenborough Farmhouse 12.12.51 II

Farmhouse. C17 with C19 addition. Coursed rubble with stone slate roofs and 2 ridge stone stacks. Flush rusticated dressed stone quoins and some window surrounds to C19 range, wooden lintels elsewhere. L-shaped plan with C17 range set at right-angles to road and C19 wing to left-hand. Two storeys with attic to C17 range. Scattered 2 and 3-light casements to early section, larger 2-light casements to C19 wing. Central gabled brick porch to later range with 6-panel door: top 2 panels glazed. Interior: Several stop-chamfered beams and 2 dog-legged staircases, one with original plank door.

Where is Brokenborough Farmhouse?

Brokenborough Farmhouse is located on Main Street, in Brokenborough, Wiltshire, SN16.

Key Facts

Grid ReferenceST 91903 89103
Easting, Northing391903, 189103.36084
Latitude, Longitude51.600712, -2.1183
Grade listingII (two)
English Heritage List Entry Number1023191
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