West Sevington Farmhouse is a grade two (II) listed building in Grittleton, Wiltshire, SN14. It was first listed in 1988.
About West Sevington Farmhouse
GRITTLETON WEST SEVINGTON ST 87 NE
7/60 West Sevington Farmhouse
Farmhouse, 1849 by James Thomson for Joseph Neeld of Grittleton. Squared rubble stone with stone slate eaves roof. Octagonal- shafted stacks to end-walls and two to ridge. Two-storey 6-window front in picturesque style with long-mullioned ground floor windows 2-light, except for 3-light at right, and unusual first floor square oriels each on 3 open brackets and with barge boarded gables breaking main eaves. Small pane casements to both floors. Raised plinth and moulded band. Second bay has large 2-storey projecting porch with hipped roof, first floor square oriel with roof hipped from eaves of main roof and ashlar ground floor with chamfered angles and depressed-arched entry. 1849 in roundel above. Depressed-arched door within. North east rear wing, former cheese- room and dairy with lean-to on west side and mullion windows. Rear of main range has mullion windows, string course and central triangular bay with stone slate roof. With West Foscote House (q.v.) and Lanhill Farmhouse, Chippenham Without C.P., one of the most elaborate of the Neeld estate farms.
Where is West Sevington Farmhouse?
West Sevington Farmhouse is located on West Sevington Farmhouse, in Grittleton, Wiltshire, SN14.
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