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Granary About 60 Yards East-North-East of Wellington Court, Wellington

Description: Granary About 60 Yards East-North-East of Wellington Court

Grade: II
Date Listed: 15 July 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 154131

OS Grid Reference: SO4972448397
OS Grid Coordinates: 349724, 248397
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1316, -2.7359

Location: Wellington, County of Herefordshire HR4 8BB

Locality: Wellington
County: Herefordshire
Country: England
Postcode: HR4 8BB

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Listing Text


3/167 Granary about 60 yards
east-north-east of
- Wellington Court


Granary and service block. Late C18. Brick, stone dressings, plain tiled
roof hipped to south-west and north. L-plan with one arm aligned north/
south and the other east/west giving a pavilion appearance from Wellington
Court (qv). South and west elevations have cogged eaves cornices, brick
string courses, stone dressings which stop short of corners, centres
advanced between stone quoins; pilasters to corners, stone keystones and
blind recesses. One-and-half storeys, nine bays to each arm. South
elevation: elliptical central blind arch with oeil-de-boeuf in typanum,
four ledged doors. West elevation: repositioned C17 console bracket
(the north bracket missing) with acanthus decoration (of Wellington Court
(qv) and Bridge Farmhouse (qv)) under hemi-domed hood, over central entrance,
second entry to left. Interior: pegged king posts to north/south range;
re-used raking strut trusses to east/west range forming a continuation
of ajdacent ten-bay barn and cow house (qv).

Listing NGR: SO4972648402

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Source: English Heritage

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