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Description: Barn, Cider Mill and Pigsty, the Kilcot Inn
Date Listed: 18 October 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 125692
OS Grid Reference: SO6996125627
OS Grid Coordinates: 369961, 225627
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9283, -2.4382
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SO 62 NE NEWENT KILCOT
2/160 Barn, cider mill and pigsty,
The Kilcot Inn
Barn, cider mill and pigsty. C17, C18, early C19. Timber-framed
on stone plinth, brick nogged, butt-jointed boarding: squared,
thin coursed stone; weatherboarded gable to road; corrugated-iron
roof. 3-bay barn, threshing floor at end, adjoining cider mill.
To yard, 3-panel high timber-framing on left, upper rail continuous
each bay, lower interrupted by studs. Double boarded door with
single panel timber-framing over. To right front breaks forward,
boarded door with shutter over in return. Front wall stone, to
cider mill; lean-to pigsty added, with yard in front. Left
return rebuilt in stone. 2 rows slit air vents, weatherboarding
Interior: queen-strut trusses to barn, stone wall between barn and
cider mill: low door to back. Cobbled floor to mill, lower part
walls stone: original framed wall continuous across front one
panel high in roof, wall below removed. Mill and press survive.
Space over narrow extension to front may have been henhouse,
reached by shuttered opening over door. Forms group with inn,
(q.v.), bounding one side of forecourt. Lean-to to forecourt side
of barn, to left of threshing floor, not of special interest.
Listing NGR: SO6996125627
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Source: English Heritage
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