Westfield Farmhouse and Attached Farm Buildings is a grade two (II) listed building in Latton, Wiltshire, GL7. It was first listed in 1986.
This is a description of a farmhouse and attached buildings from the early 1800s. The farmhouse is two stories tall with three windows in the front, a central entrance, and gabled roof. There is a porch with a fanlight over the entrance. To the right of the farmhouse is a building that was once used to store carts and other farm equipment. There are three large openings for carts and a passage leading to the farmhouse. To the right of that is a store with two windows on the ground floor and a granary on the first floor. There is a lean-to structure on the back of the store.
About Westfield Farmhouse and Attached Farm Buildings
SU 09 NE LATTON ERMIN STREET (south-west side)
2/211 Westfield Farmhouse and attached farm buildings
Farmhouse, carthouse and store. Early C19. Limestone rubble. Tile roof to house, stone slate roof to farm buildings. Buildings in one block. House 2-storey, 3 bays, symmetrical, with entrance in central gabled porch with fanlight. Timber casement windows with segmental heads and gable stacks. Attached to right, carthouse, now garage and store over. Three segmental headed cart entrances and through passage against house. Attached to right of carthouse, 2-storey store with external steps to first floor granary. Two ground floor windows. Lean-to to rear.
Where is Westfield Farmhouse and Attached Farm Buildings?
Westfield Farmhouse and Attached Farm Buildings is located on Ermin Street, in Latton, Wiltshire, GL7.
|Grid Reference||SU 08350 96274|
|Easting, Northing||408350, 196274.36084|
|Latitude, Longitude||51.665188, -1.88067|
|Grade listing||II (two)|
|English Heritage List Entry Number||1023135|