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Description: Hop Kilns and Attached Buildings 20 Yards South of Pantall's Farmhouse
Date Listed: 15 July 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 154069
OS Grid Reference: SO5341045285
OS Grid Coordinates: 353410, 245285
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1039, -2.6816
SO 54 NW SUTTON CP SUTTON ST NICHOLAS
4/104 Hop kilns and attached
buildings 20 yards south
- of Pantall's Farmhouse
Hop kilns and attached buildings. C18 block extended in late C19. Timber-
framed brick infill to C18 attached building, brick hop kilns, slate and
plain tiled roofs hipped to north-west. L-plan with timber-framed C18 range
aligned north/south and attached hop kiln of rectangular plan to south end
returning to a second hop kiln to the east. West elevation: hipped roof left
part remodelled in late C19 overlaps centre timber-framed part with two
evenly spaced first floor openings to the right side of which is attached a
large hop kiln. Entrance in mid-C20 sliding door to north end.
Listing NGR: SO5341045285
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Source: English Heritage
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