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Winton House and Lyonshall Village Store and Post Office, Lyonshall

Description: Winton House and Lyonshall Village Store and Post Office

Grade: II
Date Listed: 15 March 1991
English Heritage Building ID: 150365

OS Grid Reference: SO3373655536
OS Grid Coordinates: 333736, 255536
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1941, -2.9708

Location: A480, Lyonshall, County of Herefordshire HR5 3JN

Locality: Lyonshall
County: Herefordshire
Country: England
Postcode: HR5 3JN

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Listing Text

SO 35 NW Winton house and
Lyonshall Village
Store and Post
4/98 Office


House,now partly shop and post office.C16 or earlier,extended in late
C16 and/or C17 and again in C18 or C19.Timber frame with plastered
panels,Ground floor rendered and exposed stone.Slate roof with gable
end and hipped cross-wing;concrete tiles at rear.Painted stone stack
at gable end with brick shaft.

L-shaped on plan;the main range on left (Winton House) is probably the
original house and the cross-wing (Village Store) on right is circa
late C16 or C17 addition,extended in rear later in C17 or early C18
and extended again as a cottage in circa C18 or Cl9.Outshut behind
main range.

2 storeys.Asymmetrical north west front.Main range of 6 bays of larger
framing with studs,rendered on ground floor,second bay from left has
no rail and may be a blocked window.Slightly projecting hipped roof
crosswing on right with close studded first floor jettied out over
moulded bressumer and underbuilt in rendered stone.C20 casements on
left.Circa C19 12-pane sash on first floor of cross-wing with fielded
panel door below with C20 canopy.Similar canopy over paneled door on
left. 12-pane sashes on left hand gable end and right side of cross-
wing which has close studded first floor with tension braces and
canted bay on right.Lower range to rear (south-east) of cross-wing
with brick lateral stack and doorway with 4-pane sash to left and loft
door to right.At rear main range roof carried down as a catslide over
rear outshut and 12-pane sash on side of cross-wing.
INTERIOR:Only shop front room (cross-wing)inspected;has circa late C17
or early C18 moulded plaster cornice with oak leaf decoration and
eared architrave doorcase.

Listing NGR: SO3373655536

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Source: English Heritage

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