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Derndale and Attached Outbuildings, Canon Pyon

Description: Derndale and Attached Outbuildings

Grade: II
Date Listed: 9 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 149688

OS Grid Reference: SO4743748864
OS Grid Coordinates: 347437, 248864
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1356, -2.7694

Location: Canon Pyon, County of Herefordshire HR4 8BG

Locality: Canon Pyon
County: Herefordshire
Country: England
Postcode: HR4 8BG

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Listing Text

SO 44 NE
5/7 Derndale and
attached outbuildings
Farmhouse and attached outbuildings. Probably C17 and C18 with early C19
remodelling. Timber-frame and sandstone rubble. Brick with sandstone
dressings. Welsh slate and sandstone slate roofs. Irregular plan with
garden front to south-west. Three storeys. South-west elevation has 3:1
windows, glazing bar sashes in segmental heads with projecting stressed key-
stones. Sandstone ashlar plinths beneath brickwork with two plat bands
separating the storeys. Parapet with dentilled brick eaves cornice. Roughly
central entry with six-panelled early C19 door beneath fanlight and fluted
transom with paterae at junction with fluted round headed architrave. Porch
with two wooden Tuscan columns has narrow architrave and cornice. Attached
to left is a single-storey one-bay range with large tripartite glazing bar
window and a mid-C20 colonnade with early C19 wrought iron balustrade and
busts of Charles I and II. Projecting from the right-hand side are two
juxtaposed two-storey blocks. The left one is sandstone rubble with sand-
stone slate roof and has a ledged oak door, possibly C17, in the left-hand
return. The right-hand block is brick, probably early C19. North elevation
has long two-storey sandstone rubble range probably formerly a stable and
granary with timber-framed upper storey, possibly late C17 to early C18,
at right angles to the main part of the farmhouse. In north angle between
stable/granary range and the main part is an early C19 brick dairy. Interior
of farmhouse has fine early C19 ground floor ball room with egg and dart
motifs to cove beneath which is a thin moulding enriched with oak leaves.
Early C19 doors have panels with fluted margins. Early C19 ex situ canti-
levered oak staircase has three flights, stick balusters, carved tread ends
and mahogany hand rail. Early C19 cast iron fireplace with raised hearth
in room to north-west of main entrance lobby. Ground floor rooms have wide
oak floor boards. Dairy has swivelling game rack.

Listing NGR: SO4743748864

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Source: English Heritage

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