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Description: Stable at Tednambury (Extending East from Aisled Barn)
Date Listed: 2 October 1981
English Heritage Building ID: 160827
OS Grid Reference: TL4911516837
OS Grid Coordinates: 549115, 216837
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8303, 0.1626
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(extending E from
TL 491 168:4/8
C18/C19 remodelled in mid C19. Long single storey timberframed stable with
old red tile roof, weatherboarded on rear (N). Queen post roof structure.
Yellow stock brick front to S with segmental headed barred windows set back
in 7 bay round arched arcade. Door in central arch. E end half hipped and
2 low storeys domestic accommodation with internal chimney and on E
elevation a door and 2 casement windows. When the farm was sold in 1894,
it had accommodation for 100 Shire horses and the owner kept Hackneys as
well (WEA I (1966) 44). The stable represents the boom time of C19
farming. Listed for group value.
Listing NGR: TL4911516837
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Source: English Heritage
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