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Description: Former Stable and Granary with Attached Cart Shed at Coxe's Farm
Date Listed: 21 March 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 128347
OS Grid Reference: ST9052098779
OS Grid Coordinates: 390520, 198779
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6877, -2.1385
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ST 99 NW CHERINGTON CHERINGTON VILLAGE
4/71 Former stable and granary with
attached cart shed at Coxe's Farm
Former stable and store with granary over, and cart shed attached
to rear. Early C19 (dated WG 1817 over side door). Stable/store
of coursed rubble stone with quoins, Cotswold stone-slate roof with
off centre ridge forming catslide roof at the front. Door and
square window to front. At side, 16 stone steps up to granary of
4 uneven-sized bays, with flat stone door hood. Door on right at
foot of steps also has large flat stone hood and large lintel with
centre keystone containing inscription. 3 slit vents in gable
above. To rear, cart shed in rubble stone with double Roman tile
roof. 2 bays of unequal size with open fronts spanned by timber
lintel. Centre dividing wall has attached round column.
Listing NGR: ST9052098779
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Source: English Heritage
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