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Outhouse, Farm Buildings and Wall with Beeboles at Standon Lordship West (45 Metres to West of House, Standon

Description: Outhouse, Farm Buildings and Wall with Beeboles at Standon Lordship West (45 Metres to West of House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 23 November 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 161000

OS Grid Reference: TL3919821435
OS Grid Coordinates: 539198, 221435
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8741, 0.0206

Location: Standon, Hertfordshire SG11 1PR

Locality: Standon
Local Authority: East Hertfordshire District Council
County: Hertfordshire
Country: England
Postcode: SG11 1PR

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Listing Text

(east side)

1/24 Outhouse, Farm Buildings
and Wall with Beeboles
at Standon Lordship West
(45m to W of house)


Outhouse, farm buildings and wall with beeboles. C16 wall and
outhouse, C19 farm buildings. Thin old red brick wall and
outbuilding, timber framed and weatherboarded farm buildings,
matching C19 red brick screen - wall along N side of farm
buildings. Old red tiled roof to old brick outhouse at NE corner
of complex, other roofs slated. A tall square single storey
outhouse or garden building with brick gable-parapet on kneelers,
plinth offset, and Tudor-arched opening on N end with brick
dripmould. The E wall is continued to S about 30m as 3m high
garden wall defining the W side of the terraced garden to S of
mansion with 5 arched recesses for bee skips (beeboles) on the E
face. The N wall is continued W as a screen wall to the mansion
forecourt in reused old brick, copying the Tudor arched opening
for a door near the E end, and forming a high gabled end for the
timber framed 5-bay barn running S from its W end. This barn has
unjowled posts, long curved braces to the tie-beams, rails
tennoned in-line in walls and opposed double doors in the middle
bay. An open-fronted 6-bay cattle shelter runs against the wall
facing S and has the wall-plate along the open front supported at
mid span by a lower cranked beam in each bay. (RCHM (1911) 208).

Listing NGR: TL3919821435

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Source: English Heritage

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