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Barn on South Side of Farmyard at Bollitree Castle Farmhouse with Arcaded Farm Building Adjoining to, Weston under Penyard

Description: Barn on South Side of Farmyard at Bollitree Castle Farmhouse with Arcaded Farm Building Adjoining to

Grade: II
Date Listed: 18 May 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 155506

OS Grid Reference: SO6368323986
OS Grid Coordinates: 363683, 223986
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9132, -2.5294

Locality: Weston under Penyard
County: Herefordshire
Country: England
Postcode: HR9 7PG

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Listing Text

SO 62 SW

Barn on south side of
farmyard at Bollitree
Castle Farmhouse with
18.5.53 arcaded farm building
adjoining to south


Barn and farm building, possibly used as cattle shelter and hay loft.
Probably early C19. Sandstone rubble with slate roofs. On the north
side the barn has a waggon entrance with slated canopy, and a lean-to
addition to the left. The entrance in the south wall is now boarded.
Adjoining at right angles is a farm building with an open arcade of
ten round arches springing from round piers: On the first floor are
seven openings with plain stone surrounds and pointed heads. The left-
hand one is approached by external stone steps. The left-hand end of the
building, adjoining the barn, is open on the ground floor and has timber
posts supporting a timber-framed wall with brick infill. This has a
central post, braced down to a rail and upwards to a wall-plate: The
southern end wall is embattled and has a re-used moulded pointed doorway,
quatrefoils, a carved head, and a plaque inscribed: "WP (?) 1819". The
east wall, bordering a road, is blank: Interior: both buildings have
bolted king-post trusses.

Listing NGR: SO6368323986

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Source: English Heritage

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