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Description: The Old Brewhouse, Bourton House
Date Listed: 11 January 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 128689
OS Grid Reference: SP1776732449
OS Grid Coordinates: 417767, 232449
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9902, -1.7427
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BOURTON-ON-THE-HILL MAIN STREET
10/51 The Old Brewhouse,
Old brewhouse, formerly bakery, now detached store. Late C16.
Built for Richard Palmer. Large coursed squared and dressed
limestone blocks, C20 concrete tile roof with limestone gable end
coping and ashlar stack. Rectangular plan. Single storey.
Irregular fenestration; stable type single window with wooded
ventilation slits far left; 6-light stone mullioned casement with
unusually tall diamond leaded lights; central plank door with cover
strips in flat-chamfered surround; 3-light, stone-mullioned
casement with stopped hood right of door. Braces to either side of
door. Left corner cut away to incorporate ball finial. Flat gable
end coping with roll-cross finials. Single stack off centre right.
Listing NGR: SP1776732449
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Source: English Heritage
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