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Description: Oasthouse and Hop Kilns Immediately South of Old Country House
Date Listed: 19 September 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 151513
OS Grid Reference: SO7269244639
OS Grid Coordinates: 372692, 244639
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0994, -2.4001
SO 74 SW MATHON RURAL CP -
3/114 Oasthouse and hop kilns
immediately south of
- Old Country House
Oasthouse and hop kilns. Probably late C17 - early C18 and late C19.
Two parts. To North: C17 - C18 timber-framed wattle and daub, rubble cased
oasthouse with tiled roof. One storey and attic, 2 bays, 9-pane casement
to north attic gable, east entrance through ledged door to north bay.
Framing is of square panels 3 high to wall-plate with raking struts from
collars in gables. To south: a pair of attached brick cylindrical hop
kilns with conical slate roofs under cowls and wind-vanes. Interior: the
north part has a hop-treading-hole, complete cider press and cider mill,
the latter powered by a c1936 "Matchless" motor cycle.
Listing NGR: SO7269244639
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Source: English Heritage
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