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Detached Kitchen, Adjoining Cider Mill and Hop Kilns About 10 Yards East of Risbury Court, Humber

Description: Detached Kitchen, Adjoining Cider Mill and Hop Kilns About 10 Yards East of Risbury Court

Grade: II
Date Listed: 21 May 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 149648

OS Grid Reference: SO5421454981
OS Grid Coordinates: 354214, 254981
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1912, -2.6712

Location: Humber, County of Herefordshire HR6 0NG

Locality: Humber
County: Herefordshire
Country: England
Postcode: HR6 0NG

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Listing Text

SO 55 SW
5/85 Detached kitchen, adjoining
cider mill and hop kilns
about 10 yards east of
Risbury Court
Detached kitchen, possibly once a house, adjoining cider mill and hop kilns.
Mid-C18 or earlier origins, altered in mid-C19. Sandstone rubble with machine
tiled roof. Two bays aligned north/south; former external chimney with stone-
tiled offsets, lean-to bread oven and C19 brick stack (now partly incorporated
into the main wall surface) at the north gable end. Single storey and attic.
Windows are C19 casements. West elevation has two ground floor 3-light windows
and a central C19 ledged and battened door. A lean-to verandah adjoins the
west elevation and continues round the north-west angle where it is bricked in
to form a storage area. At the north gable end is a doorway and an attic
light; external sandstone and brick steps lead up to an attic doorway. The
stonework in the gable suggests that the roof has been raised. Interior:
large fireplace and bread oven. Cider Mill adjoins south end. Rubble with
slate roof. Two bays. Two levels. The west elevation has a wide doorway
and external rubble steps leading up to a loft door. Interior: cider mill
and press are largely intact. Hop kilns adjoin rear of kitchen range and are
C19. Brick with slate conical roofs and no cowls. Circular plan. Cogged
brick eaves cornices. Openings with cambered heads in east elevations.
Interior: entrances to kilns lead off passageway to rear of kitchen. The
drying floor survives in the northernmost kiln.

Listing NGR: SO5421154982

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Source: English Heritage

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