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Description: Brewhouse Approximately 50 Meters North of Severn End
Date Listed: 23 February 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 153249
OS Grid Reference: SO8458742714
OS Grid Coordinates: 384587, 242714
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0826, -2.2263
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HANLEY CASTLE CP -
SO 84 SW
3/108 Brewhouse approximately
50 metres north of
Brew house and malt house. 1681. Brick in English bond with hipped tile
roof. Mainly two storeys. On the ground floor there is a doorway with a
wider doorway to its right. Both have timber lintels under segmental brick
arches. On the first floor are six windows with segmental heads, of two
lights with timber mullion and diamond leading. Brick dentil course at eaves.
Truncated chimney against right-hand (south) wall. Interior: said to contain
a well. The diary of Sir Nicholas Lechmere records the building of a brew-
house and malt-house at Severn End in 1681. (VCH, P 92).
Listing NGR: SO8458742714
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Source: English Heritage
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