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Description: Hop Kilns and Traphouse About 20 Yards North of Hallend Farmhouse
Date Listed: 4 December 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 152717
OS Grid Reference: SO6406436334
OS Grid Coordinates: 364064, 236334
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0243, -2.5251
MUCH MARCLE CP -
SO 63 NW
4/52 Hop kilns and trap-house
about 20 yards north of
Hop kilns and trap-house in two adjoining parts. Hop kilns: dated 1807 and
1913. Three storeys, two windows. Segmentally-headed 2-light casements,
dentilled brick eaves cornice above which to east is a tall early C20 gable
with longitudinal ridge ventilators; to left a large kiln in front of which
rise stairs to first floor entry in return. Trap-house dated 1810 is attached
to west: sandstone rubble, brick dentilled eaves cornice, tiled roof; two
storeys, two windows; segmentally-headed openings, 2-light windows to upper
left and bottom right, ledged door to right side of first floor, two-leaved
ledged doors to left hand side. Rear north wall to roadside is sandstone
rubble with some brick dressings and unifies the hop kilns with trap-house.
Interior: both parts have pegged king-post trusses. Included for group value.
Listing NGR: SO6406436334
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Source: English Heritage
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