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The Bothie

A Grade II Listed Building in Over Whitacre, Warwickshire

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Latitude: 52.5288 / 52°31'43"N

Longitude: -1.6417 / 1°38'30"W

OS Eastings: 424400

OS Northings: 292386

OS Grid: SP244923

Mapcode National: GBR 5J4.KQ7

Mapcode Global: VHBW9.HPFS

Entry Name: The Bothie

Listing Date: 11 November 1952

Last Amended: 23 March 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1034790

English Heritage Legacy ID: 309036

Location: Over Whitacre, North Warwickshire, Warwickshire, B46

County: Warwickshire

District: North Warwickshire

Civil Parish: Over Whitacre

Traditional County: Warwickshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Warwickshire

Church of England Parish: Whitacres, Lea Marston and Shustoke

Church of England Diocese: Birmingham

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Listing Text

2/131 The Bothie
11/11/52 (Formerly listed as range of
tenements with outbuildings
and barn, on E. side of road
running S. from Botts Green)
House. C15, early C17 and late C17. Cruck built open hall. Walls of sandstone
rubble, timber frame and coursed sandstone. Sandstone dressings. Plain-tile
roofs with gablet at north end and parapet gable at south end. Ridge stack and 2
end stacks. Open-hall main range of one bay with later crosswing at south end,
and parlour wing added to south side-wall of crosswing. Open hall C15. Sandstone
rubble walls. 1 storey and attic. 2 modern gable dormers. 1 casement and one
3-light casement with splayed mullions to front wall. The rear wall has 2
similar windows. A chimney stack has been inserted at the north end. The
cross-wing, early C17, is timber-framed but the rear wall is of sandstone
rubble. It is of 1 timber-framed bay. 1 storey and attic with exposed framing.
Box frame construction, with framing of substantial scantling in large panels of
2 panels to the height of each wall. There is upward bracing from main posts to
the wall plate. The rear wall is of sandstone. This part may be an addition to
accommodate a staircase. The stairlight window, although modern may be in an
original opening. The late C17 parlour wing is of coursed and squared sandstone.
One-unit plan. Basement and 2 storeys. The basement has a doorway and a casement
with splayed mullion. Interior: C15, open hall of one bay. It retains two
raised-cruck trusses. The blades are linked by a yoke with a short king-post
supporting the square ridge piece. The principal rafters, spurs and inclined
through-purlins are visible. There is smoke blackening to the original timbers
of the roof, although the common rafters have been replaced. The early C17
crosswing is of one bay. Clasped side purl in roof with wind bracing. The floor
and stack were inserted into the open hall probably at the tine that the
crosswing was added. There is a stop-chamfered main-beam in the crosswing. The
late C17 parlour wing has a bolection moulded fireplace at ground floor. There
is an inglenook hearth in the basement with bread ovens. At ground floor the
cruck blades are seated in the stone walls at a height of about 2'0" from the

Listing NGR: SP2440092386

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

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