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Walled Garden East of the Church of St Mary, Barrington Park, Barrington

Description: Walled Garden East of the Church of St Mary, Barrington Park

Grade: II
Date Listed: 28 May 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 130756

OS Grid Reference: SP2049813448
OS Grid Coordinates: 420498, 213448
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8193, -1.7040

Location: Barrington, Gloucestershire OX18 4TA

Locality: Barrington
Local Authority: Cotswold District Council
County: Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: OX18 4TA

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Listing Text

SP 2013-2113
10/24 Walled garden east of the Church of
St Mary, Barrington Park
Walled garden. C19. Coursed squared and dressed limestone. Inner
surface of north wall brick. Wall ranges in height from c3.5m -
c6m, being highest on the east where it runs along the roadside.
Saddleback coping on the north and east sides. Flat coping on the
east and south sides. Single plank door within a flat-chamfered
dressed stone surround in the north wall adjacent to the entrance
to the churchyard. Lean-to with higher wall facing into the garden
(formerly forming the rear wall to a range of glass houses on the
north side). Three pigeon holes at the west end. Small
outbuilding with a stone slate roof and an ashlar stack against the
eastern wall. Wall partially collapsed on the north side at the
time of resurvey (June 1986). Barrington Park Estate.

Listing NGR: SP2049813448

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Source: English Heritage

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