Hailstone Farmhouse, Cricklade, Wiltshire, SN6 (Grade II)

Hailstone Farmhouse is a grade two (II) listed building in Cricklade, Wiltshire, SN6. It was first listed in 1986.

The Hailstone Farmhouse is a house that was built in the 1700s. It is made of limestone and has a stone slate roof. It is two stories tall with a central porch. The first and third bays are gabled. There are small gables over the central bay and the house has stacks and moulded copings. The rear wings are to bay 1 and 3. The house is said to be built for the head forester of Braydon Forest.

About Hailstone Farmhouse

SU 09 SE CRICKLADE STONES LANE (north side)



5/189 Hailstone Farmhouse



Farmhouse, C17. Limestone, stone slate roof. Two-storey and attics, 3 bays. Central pitched porch with moulded entrance and label hood. Quatrefoil panel over. First and third bays gabled, with 3-light ovolo moulded windows with labels on each floor, and square attic light in gable with timber lintel. Small gable to central bay. Gable stacks and moulded copings. Laced valleys. Rear wings to bays 1 and 3, to bay 1, 2 storey with hipped end. To bay 3 extended in C19 by 2-storey roughcast block with central stack. No original fireplaces internally. The building is said to be built for the head forester of Braydon forest.


Where is Hailstone Farmhouse?

Hailstone Farmhouse is located on Stones Lane, in Cricklade, Wiltshire, SN6.


Key Facts

Grid ReferenceSU 08479 94348
Easting, Northing408479, 194348.36084
Latitude, Longitude51.647869, -1.878851
Grade listingII (two)
English Heritage List Entry Number1023126
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