Source/Archive record SEM8407 - Shircombe Farmhouse, Brompton Regis, Somerset: Results of a desk based appraisal, historic roof assessment & archaeological monitoring

Type Report
Title Shircombe Farmhouse, Brompton Regis, Somerset: Results of a desk based appraisal, historic roof assessment & archaeological monitoring
Author/Originator
Date/Year 2014
South West Archaeology report 141016
Child ENPHER Source Record reference SEM8406

Abstract/Summary

SWARCH were commissioned to undertake a desk-based assessment, historic building assessment and archaeological monitoring at Shircombe Farmhouse, Brompton Regis, Somerset. At this stage a full building assessment has not yet been undertaken and this report presents the results of the desk-based assessment, archaeological monitoring and an appraisal of the roof only. The Grade II Listed farmhouse at Shircombe is a largely mid 19th Century re build and enlargement of a 17th Century three cell cross passage house with a lateral stack. The axial stack at the western end of the building is an 18th Century addition. Between the addition of this stack and the mid 19th Century enlargement, the building appears to have fallen into a semi ruinous state.

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  • Shircombe Farmhouse, Hownel Lane, Brompton Regis (Building)

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Jan 22 2019 1:53PM