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Taree The Halt, Fairford

Description: Taree The Halt

Grade: II
Date Listed: 17 June 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 129741

OS Grid Reference: SP1566501090
OS Grid Coordinates: 415665, 201090
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7083, -1.7747

Location: London Road, Fairford, Gloucestershire GL7 4AR

Locality: Fairford
Local Authority: Cotswold District Council
County: Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: GL7 4AR

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Listing Text

(north side)

13/184 Nos. 1, 2 (The Halt) and 3 (Taree)


Row of three cottages on south side of Holmdene (q.v.) in Mount
Pleasant. Probably Nos 2 and 3 of late C17/early C18, altered, and
No 1 added slightly later. Random coursed rubble stone, stone
slate roof, 2 brick stacks to right, 2 stone stacks raised in brick
to left. Single front range with raised hip on No 2 to rear wing
and rear wing to No 1 with concrete tile roof. Two storeys. No 1,
to right - first floor has single light with moulded stone
architrave to left and C20 sash to right formerly a 2-light stone
mullion with moulded architrave. Ground floor originally had 3-
light stone mullion to right, now 16-pane sash with stone infill
adjacent. C20 six-panel door. No 2 in centre originally had two
2-light stone mullions with square hoodmould on first floor, now
with 12-pane sashes probably of C19. Ground floor has relieving
arch to right over former 3-light stone mullion, now also a 12-pane
sash. C19 shop front to left with moulded wood surround, cornice
and consoles. Glazed porch with 6-panel inner door, top 2 glazed,
rest fielded. No 3 has 2 small 12-pane sashes on first floor,
apparently replacing stone window to right. Similar on ground
floor to left, C20 half-glazed door. Although modest, these
cottages retain much ancient fabric and all retain the same swept
iron porch hood on iron railings, probably attached in early C19,
No 2 having had glazed sides inserted.

Listing NGR: SP1566501090

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Source: English Heritage

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