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The Throne, Weobley

Description: The Throne

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 20 February 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 149914

OS Grid Reference: SO4038051566
OS Grid Coordinates: 340380, 251566
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1591, -2.8729

Location: 1 Hereford Road, Weobley, County of Herefordshire HR4 8SW

Locality: Weobley
County: Herefordshire
Country: England
Postcode: HR4 8SW

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Listing Text

SO 4051 - 4151 WEOBLEY CP HEREFORD ROAD (east side)

14/132 The Throne (formerly
listed as the Throne,
20.2.53 Hereford Street)


Farmhouse. C16, extended early C17, with some late C18 alterations. Timber-
frame with rendered infill on a coursed rubble plinth extended in brick and
rendered brick under a tile roof. L-plan, cross-wing extending to east of
C16, extended in C17, main range to south extended southwards in C18. Main
stack axially placed at south end of C16 range. West front of two storeys
with gabled cross-wing to left, formerly jettied, with a (-light casement to
the first floor. Main range is continuously jettied with four windows, 2-light
casements save that to left of centre which is of three lights. All have C18
decorative leaded lights. Ground floor has a (-light, 5-light and a 2-light
casement. The 5-light window has plastered mullions and cinquefoiled heads
with pierced spandrels. Door to right is of four panels. To right, C18
extension of one storey with attic lit by two gabled dormers above two C18
windows each of two cinquefoiled lights. A further brick range to the right
has two segmentally headed windows. Framing: two square panels high to each
floor with curved brackets to the jetty. The -gable of the cross-wing has
carved bargeboards. The north wall of the cross-wing has curved tension
braces. The east gable end has herringbone framing, as does a former porch
on the back of the main range. This has a heavily carved bressummer.
(RCHM, 3, p 202, no 46).

Listing NGR: SO4038051566

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Source: English Heritage

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