Elm Farmhouse is a grade two (II) listed building in Bremhill, Wiltshire, SN15. It was first listed in 1987.
About Elm Farmhouse
BREMHILL FOXHAM ST 97 NE 5/46 Elm Farmhouse II Farmhouse, C16 and C18, painted rubble stone main range and timber- framed cross wing, refronted in brick, stone slate roof with ridge stack. Side stack to cross wing. Two storeys and attic. Main range has two hipped dormers with leaded lights and three window range of casements, triple casements each side, paired casements to centre and door in open timber porch to left, adjoining cross wing. Windows have timber lintels. Cross wing has lower roofline and half-hipped front gable. Two triple casements to ground floor, triple casement above. Interior: Cross wing ground floor has large bar-stopped chamfered beams and two-bay attic roof with centre collar truss and plain wind brace. Main range has C18 roof structure of seven bays. Said to have been held by the Pegler family from 1730.
Where is Elm Farmhouse?
Elm Farmhouse is located on Elm Farmhouse, in Bremhill, Wiltshire, SN15.
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