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Underhill, Woolhope

Description: Underhill

Grade: II
Date Listed: 4 December 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 152921

OS Grid Reference: SO6358337070
OS Grid Coordinates: 363583, 237070
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0308, -2.5322

Location: Upper Hill, Woolhope, County of Herefordshire HR8 2QR

Locality: Woolhope
County: Herefordshire
Country: England
Postcode: HR8 2QR

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Listing Text

SO 63 NW

4/253 Underhill


Farmhouse. Probably late C17 to early C18 with large probably C19 extension.
Timber-frame with plaster and brick infill, sandstone rubble, tiled roofs
with brick stacks. L-plan with earlier part aligned roughly north/south
and later part projecting eastwards from south end. Two storeys and attics.
East elevation has 1:2 windows, C19 casements, one to right hand side of
each floor of gable front and two to left side of earlier part, entry beneath
windows in gable and another lean-to extension in front of right hand part.
Attached are hop rooms and hop kiln. Probably early C19 with late C19
extension. Brick with slate roofs. Two-storey range with hop kiln added
to north end. East elevation, towards farmyard, has two windows to first
floor and two large entries beneath, to the right of two juxtaposed glazing-
bar windows, timber tallet stairs to right hand side; hop kiln has steeply
pitched roof with gabled ventilator. Included for group value. Underhill
was formerly known as Hoarhouse Farmhouse (RCHM Vol II, p 222).

Listing NGR: SO6358337070

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Source: English Heritage

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