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Description: Hartpury Court
Date Listed: 18 October 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 125587
OS Grid Reference: SO7805023591
OS Grid Coordinates: 378050, 223591
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9104, -2.3205
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SO 72 SE HARTPURY MURRELLS END ROAD
8/55 Hartpury Court
Farmhouse; mid C19; random rubble, some squared stones, brought to
courses, ashlar dressings; later ashlar porch; tiled roof.
Irregular plan, 'L' with wings; 2 storey, upper partly in roof.
Facing road: windows hollow chamfered; gable on left, plain plinth,
3-light mullion and transom window, iron opening casement, ground
floor, 2-light similar above, both with hoodmoulds. Slit in gable;
parapet gable with deep kneelers, shallow projection. Right return
2 light mullioned windows with hoodmould ground floor; later
single-storey ashlar porch in corner, single light window, square-
headed door with deep hoodmould drops either side from string
course below crenellated parapet. Above single-light window in
small stone gable, 2-light in corner with leanto roof. Side-wall
of wing projects on right, 2-light mullioned sash below, single-
light in gable above, as other side of porch. Parapet gable on
right; 2-flue ashlar chimney with moulded cap and base at junction
of wings. Left return from first gable blank, set back a stone-
roofed leanto with single-light window, with just beyond rear wall
of leanto range parallel to road: single-light window. 4-flue
ashlar chimney to main block beyond. Rear wall of leanto continued
as link to former Roman Catholic chapel (q.v.), top stepped up over
4-centred arch, with iron gate in sunk spandrels with blank
shields. House built by Cannings of Hartpury House (q.v.), to
replace earlier dwelling, used as convent for nuns from France,
1794 to 1839. (Notes on Hartpury House, kept there).
Listing NGR: SO7804223614
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Source: English Heritage
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