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  • Granbrook Farm

    Camera facing N.

    Listed, see details 'Granbrook Farm - a history'.

    The main chimney.

  • Granbrook Farm - a history

    190 yards NE of Tudor House, end of High Street, N side, near The Butts.

    Listed: 3/12 II House.  C17.  Rubble.  Cotswold stone roof.  2 s[torey], 3 gables.  3ws.  (2- and 3- light mullions and dripmoulds).  Four-centred arched chamfered stone doorway.

    Impossible to take photograph of full front because of wall and trees in farmyard.  Three dormers rise from eaves line.  Another wing at right angles appears to be slightly later.  There is a flat iron oven standing on the stone hearth in the living room, described in Dawber's book 'Buildings in the Cotswold district', 1904, p13 !.. the flat iron ovens standing on the stone hearth and on the top of these the fire is laid.  These ovens are about 2 feet square and 7 or 8 inches deep, placed between small projecting stone piers, with moulded caps, and between these again is the iron fireback.'

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