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Description: The Old Maltings, Including Kiln and Stable Block
Date Listed: 3 October 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 158680
OS Grid Reference: TL0944802054
OS Grid Coordinates: 509448, 202054
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7066, -0.4174
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TL 0902 ABBOTS LANGLEY HIGH STREET
11/34 The Old Maltings,
including Kiln and
Former maltings, now a house and community hall. Early to mid C17, part
brick cased in C19 and early C20. Restored and part rebuilt 1975. Timber
frame, partial red brick casing with some sham timber framing. Machine
tiled roof. 6 bays. 2 storeys. Exposed framing on right gable end, close
studding, passing braces, jowled posts, struts to collar clasping
purlins. Front elevation has C19 red brick on ground floor with a door
and three 2 light C20 casements. First floor close studding. To left 2
bays all C20 brick with sham framing on first floor, leaded light
casements and an entrance. Cross axial stack to left where hall meets
house. Roof hipped to left. Entrance with a gabled porch to left end. To
rear right is a C19 2 storey brick stable block to the Abbot's House
(q.v.), dentilled eaves, gabled loft door. A further 1 storey
weatherboarded and brick outshut at rear end. To rear in angle of
Maltings and stable block is an C18 kiln, brick, square on plan. A door
and a loft entrance. Pyramidal tiled roof to a conical cap. Interior:
arched braces to tie beams, curved braces in walling, gallery inserted
Listing NGR: TL0944802054
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Source: English Heritage
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