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Description: Cow House About 25 Yards North of Sutton Hall
Date Listed: 15 July 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 154040
OS Grid Reference: SO5431345908
OS Grid Coordinates: 354313, 245908
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1096, -2.6685
SO 54 NW SUTTON CP -
4/75 Cow house about 25 yards
north of Sutton Hall
Cow house. Mid- to late C18. Coursed sandstone plinth and lower storey,
brick gable to south and timber-frame with woven plastered panels to upper
level, corrugated iron roof. Three short bays aligned roughly north-east/
south-west. Two rows of square panels to upper level, the lower with wattle
and daub, the upper one with woven lathes. Plain doorway to south-east,
loft entry above. Raking strut trusses of thin scantling. The south-
west gable has five prominent pigeon flight holes in apex. To north-east
the demolished cider house is represented only by an oak chamfered C18
door surround. (RCHM Vol II, p 180). Sutton Hall not included.
Listing NGR: SO5431345908
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Source: English Heritage
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