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Description: Oak House and Attached Cider House
Date Listed: 14 February 1975
English Heritage Building ID: 152865
OS Grid Reference: SO6292940507
OS Grid Coordinates: 362929, 240507
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0617, -2.5421
TARRINGTON CP -
SO 64 SW
1/200 Oak House and attached
Farmhouse. Probably C18, extended northwards in early C20. Timber-frame
with plaster infill, tiled roofs and brick stacks, that furthest from the
road with a sandstone rubble base. Rectangular plan aligned north/south.
Two storeys. East elevation: three windows, late C20 casements, ground
floor has two either side of entrance and three to the right hand side.
Cider house is attached to left, sandstone rubble and ledged C19 door.
The Lay Farmhouse including garden wall in front. Dairy Cider Mill adjoining
East of the Lays Farmhouse. Outbuilding adjoining NE of dairy/cider mill at
Lays Farmhouse. Barn NE of Lay Farmhouse adjoining N of Cattle Shed. Hopkilns
adjoining west of Lay Farmhouse. Wall adjoining N side of Farmyard at Lays
Items 1/193 - 1/200 was formerly listed under one heading
Listing NGR: SO6292940507
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Source: English Heritage
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