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Description: Cider House and Attached Hopkilns About 40 Yards South of Tarrington Court
Date Listed: 19 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 152872
OS Grid Reference: SO6166640449
OS Grid Coordinates: 361666, 240449
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0611, -2.5605
TARRINGTON CP -
SO 64 SW
1/208 Cider House and attached hopkilns
about 40 yards south of Tarrington
Court (formerly listed as Barn
19.11.84 at Cider House at Tarrington
Cider house and attached hop kilns. Probably late C18 to early C19 with later
C19 hop kilns. Brick, sandstone rubble, timber-frame with brick infill, hipped
tile and pyramidical slate roofs with vanes. Rectangular plan aligned roughly
east/west with square hop kilns attached to south side. Two storeys.
North elevation has four windows, 2-light C19 casements, one square opening
to centre of ground floor between ledged doors; to the left are tallet stairs
rising over dog kennel to ledged door to timber-framed upper floor; attached
to right end is early C19 lean-to with a 3-light segmentally-headed window
either side of ledged door and a glazing bar sash above the left hand window.
Interior: ground floor has extremely large, 11 feet diameter cider mill and
a cider press; first floor has six bays of bolted king-post trusses with
pegged struts and three holes for hop pockets in the floor.
Listing NGR: SO6166640449
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Source: English Heritage
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