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Parkers, Mathon

Description: Parkers

Grade: II
Date Listed: 9 January 1976
English Heritage Building ID: 151516

OS Grid Reference: SO7380045746
OS Grid Coordinates: 373800, 245746
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1094, -2.3840

Location: Mathon, County of Herefordshire WR13 5PW

Locality: Mathon
County: Herefordshire
Country: England
Postcode: WR13 5PW

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Listing Text


1/117 Parkers


- II

House. Dated "IV 1610 RMG" on beam above central window. Timber-framed,
plastered panels, tiled roof, two rear local type external chimneys. Plan
is two-bay centre part with one bay extension to right to same height but from
a lower level and to left in one bay one and a half storeys subsidiary wing
with lower roof. 2 storeys, 3+ 1 bays, regular metal fenestration with 3-
light casements either side of entrance and to left wing, 6-light casement
to right bay with similar casement above on first floor to emphasise the
right bay. All the casements appear to be C18 or C19. Entrance by re-
used late C19 Gothic gabled porch. The rear of the right hand bay has a
re-used late C19 traceried window positioned c1964 when the porch and a
triangular traceried window in the front of the right hand bay were added.
Framing is of irregular panels, with wall-plate struts, generally 4 high
to wall-plate except the left wing which is 3 high. Interior: ledged C17
door between main centre bays. The right bay seems to indicate an added
parlour bay.

Listing NGR: SO7380045746

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Source: English Heritage

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