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Tayler's Farmhouse and Attached Garden Wall, Former Malthouse and Wine Cellar, Aldsworth

Description: Tayler's Farmhouse and Attached Garden Wall, Former Malthouse and Wine Cellar

Grade: II
Date Listed: 23 January 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 130460

OS Grid Reference: SP1560510184
OS Grid Coordinates: 415605, 210184
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7901, -1.7751

Location: 34 Ashdale Close, Aldsworth, Gloucestershire GL54 3QR

Locality: Aldsworth
Local Authority: Cotswold District Council
County: Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: GL54 3QR

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Listing Text

SP 1510
11/24 Tayler's Farmhouse and attached garden wall,
former malthouse and wine cellar
(formerly listed as Green Farmhouse
23.1.52 or 'Tailor's House')

House, malthouse and cellar adjoining Stable End House. Late C18,
early C19 (dated 1831 on weathervane) and mid-late C19. Probably
late C18 malthouse and cellar. Coursed squared and dressed
limestone, ashlar facade. Stone slate roof to C18 part, slate roof
to early C19 part. Malthouse; coursed squared and roughly dressed
limestone, slate roofing. 'L'-shaped plan to house with 'L'-shaped
malthouse attached rear left. Large wine cellar under garden at
rear of house with access via malthouse buildings. Stable End
House attached left not of special interest. House; 2-storey late
C18 part left with gablet over 16-pane sash lighting upper floor.
Two other 16-pane sashes to ground floor. Part-glazed 6-panel door
with 4-panels now glazed within dressed stone surround. Flat stone
canopy with wrought iron supports rising from ground level. Two-
pane sash with horns left. Early C19 part right; 3-storey, 3-
windowed facade, all 16-pane sashes with plain architraves and
keystones. Bands between each floor. Formerly central 6-panel
front door re-sited off-centre left with upper 2 panels glazed,
Doric pilasters either side and moulded stone hood. Moulded stone
cornice with parapet. Low limestone garden wall right with iron
railing and 3 ashlar piers (2 engaged) and ball finials.
Rectangular 3-storey bay lit by 4-pane sashes and horns from right-
hand return. Mid-late C19 extension at rear also lit by 4-pane
sashes with horns. Gable end stacks to C18 part. Pyramidal roof
to early Cl9 part, banded ball finial and weathervane dated 1831
at apex. Malthouse; contains drying kiln and at least one malting
floor. Access to wine cellar via malthouse complex. Two flights
of brick steps down to cellar, slopes either side on steps. Cellar
cl0m by 20m and c6m in height with two 4-bay basket-headed
arcades with square stone piers. Barrel vaulting. Blocked exit.

Listing NGR: SP1560510184

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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