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Description: Derelict Outbuilding About 14 Yards North-West of Court Farmhouse
Date Listed: 29 December 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 147678
OS Grid Reference: SO9208455932
OS Grid Coordinates: 392084, 255932
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2016, -2.1172
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CROWLE CP BREDICOT LANE (north side)
SO 95 NW
6/2 (22/3) Derelict outbuilding about
14 yards north-west of Court
29.12.52 Farmhouse (formerly listed
as the Cider House)
Kitchen of former manor house on site, used as cider house, now in ruinous
condition. Probably C16. Part lias limestone rubble with sandstone dressings,
part coursed dressed sandstone. Square plan with external chimney at centre of
west elevation; walls survive to first floor level, south wall is of coursed
sandstone and north corners have sandstone quoins; entrances in south and east
elevations, the latter retaining its timber lintel. In the centre of the north
elevation is a 3-light chamfered stone-mullioned window; there are also the
remains of two mullioned windows flanking the west chimney. Interior: large
chamfered sandstone fireplace in west wall; also posts and arch-braced tie-beam
survive of former screen dividing plan centrally on west/east axis.
This interesting medieval structure is situated on a moated site which surrounded
the original manor house. The barn (qv) which belonged to the manor house lies
to the south of the moat.
Listing NGR: SO9208455932
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Source: English Heritage
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