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Description: The Brew House
Date Listed: 24 August 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 133361
OS Grid Reference: SO8674109783
OS Grid Coordinates: 386741, 209783
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7865, -2.1936
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PAINSWICK NEW STREET
(south east side)
The Brew House
Property is part to Cotswold House and part to Burdock, builder. Former brew
house, now storage or workshops. Early C19. Large dressed square limestone
block in courses, roof stone slate, but some asbestos cement. A long narrow
building set back from and at right angles to street running across the slope of
land to give extra floor level at outer end. Long front to garden of Cotswold
House (qv) has 4 long 4-light wood casements including leading, over 4 similar,
but only bays 3 and 4 are aligned. Wood lintels generally, but ground floor,
bay 2 has very large stone lintel; also, below this window the head of a 2-light
pointed opening. Three roof lights and one dormer. Far right a plank door.
Gable to road has plank door at head of steps with square landing, and a 2-light
casement below pigeon openings with horizontal ledges. The right side of the
building covered by later sheds or lean-to. An eight-bay interior on 2 and 3
floors, with heavy transverse beams to first floor, and A-frame trusses with two
purlins; in part the top floor is at back near the eaves to allow light to the
middle floor, or as grain container. The wall construction is similar to that
in part of the adjoining Cotswold House (qv, but much of the property is now
occupied by the builder's yard on the south side.
Listing NGR: SO8674109783
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Source: English Heritage
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