Courtfield House is a grade two star (II*) listed building in Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14. It was first listed in 1950.
About Courtfield House
POLEBARN ROAD 1. 54ll (South West Side) Courtfield House ST 8557 7/40 29.12.50. II*
Circa 1754 (deeds) in earlier style, with earlier building. 2 storeys, attic and cellars. Brick on projecting plinth with moulded stone capping and chamfered stone quoins. Valley roof with half-hipped gables. Stone tile roof with projecting eaves and wooden gutter on wrought iron barackets. 2 hipped dormers with sashes 3 panes wide. Glazing bar sash windows. 3 on 1st floor with raised stone surrounds, outer edges moulded, inner beaded. 2 similar windows on ground floor and early C19 half glazed door in stone surround of architrave, plain outer framing and stone console brackets supporting cornice and pediment. Two 2-light cellar windows. 3 light bay windows to return fronts. Irregular gabled wing to right hand at back. The rear has a C20 timber framed loggia with brick herring bone nogging which links to the workshop extension (qv). Stone mullion casement windows with stone drips over to gable end. Interior: several features retained; Tudor arch fireplace inserted on ground floor.
Where is Courtfield House?
Courtfield House is located on Polebarn Road, in Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14.
|Grid Reference||ST 85975 57832|
|Easting, Northing||385975, 157832.36084|
|Latitude, Longitude||51.319422, -2.202638|
|Grade listing||II* (two star)|
|English Heritage List Entry Number||1021635|