Luton Heritage Forum

Little Bramingham Farmhouse

Address : Bramingham Road, Luton

Grid Reference : TL0728025456

Site Status : Grade II listed

Statutory List Description : A C17 timber-framed L-plan farmhouse very considerably altered, extended and refronted but in a sympathetic timber-framed style circa 1900-20. Two storeys whitewashed brick infill panels. Triple gabled 1900-20 front. Exposed studding, in part original, to rear. Tiled roof. Casement windows. The rear original portion retains some stop chamfered ceiling beams internally and part of a tie beam and collar roof truss.

Information provided by Luton Borough Council.

Site Location (OS map and aerial view)

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External Links

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Wikipedia's Glossary of Architecture - you might find this helpful if you are not familiar with all the architectural terms used to describe this site. There are links to other glossaries on our Links page.

Nearby Sites

These are the closest sites to Little Bramingham Farmhouse and are all within about 2000 metres :

Black Swan Lane
The Black Swan [Draft Local List]
Bushmead Road
Stopsley Common Farm [Draft Local List]
Compton Avenue
59 & 61 Compton Avenue [Draft Local List]
High Street Leagrave
Church Of St Luke [Grade II listed]
Moorlands High School (formally Leagrave Hall) [Draft Local List]
Wesleyan Chapel [Draft Local List]
Marsh Road
War Memorial [Draft Local List]
10 Marsh Road - Pines Hotel [Draft Local List]
Moat Lane
Moat House [Grade II listed]
New Bedford Road
Bide a While [Draft Local List]
Oakley Road
223 Oakley Road [Draft Local List]
Old Bedford Road
278 Old Bedford Road [Draft Local List]
Station Road
Leagrave Train station [Draft Local List]
Trinity Road
Holy Trinity Church [Grade II listed]
Trinity church hall [Draft Local List]
81 Trinity Road - Original Baptist Chapel [Draft Local List]

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