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Description: Henwood with Attached Hop Kilns and Stables
Date Listed: 10 November 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 149787
OS Grid Reference: SO4108355270
OS Grid Coordinates: 341083, 255270
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1925, -2.8633
SO 45 NW DILWYN CP -
4/5 Henwood with attached
hop kilns and stables
Small country house with attached stables and hop kilns. Late C18 with
some mid-C19 alterations. Coursed rubble with hipped slate roof. Square
plan with low flanking pavillions, that on north-east side concealing the
attached farm buildings. Garden (south-east) front of two storeys with
central full-height segmental plan bow window, with projecting stone band
to ground floor and moulded cornice. 1 + 3 + 1 glazing bar sashes. The
sashes in the bow window on the ground floor are of 15 panes. The gabled-
pavillion to the left has a blind Diocletian window in the gable over a
sash window, that to right is blind altogether. Entrance in right-hand return
wall has a flat canopy supported on three Doric columns. Range of stables
includes some fragments of C17 framing, but'is mainly of brick. The attached
hop kilns are circular with conical roofs. Interior has C17 overmantel with
Ionic and Corinthian paired columns in two tiers, with strapwork ornamentation
to the panelling. This is in the room in the south corner, that to the east
corner has a Gothick overmantel flanked by Gothick cupboards. (Reid, P:
Burke's and Savills Guide to Country Houses, Volume II, Herefordshire, Shropshire,
Warwickshire, Worcestershire, 1980, pp 35-6).
Listing NGR: SO4108355270
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Source: English Heritage
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