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Description: Thatched Outbuildings at Frays, 35 Metres to South South West of House
Date Listed: 28 May 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 162700
OS Grid Reference: TL2586529974
OS Grid Coordinates: 525865, 229974
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9540, -0.1698
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WESTON DAMASK GREEN
14/88 Thatched outbuildings
- at Frays,
35M to SSW of house
Outbuildings. Middle part C16 2-bays cottage, C18 3-bays woodshed at W,
C18 2-bays stable at E. Timber frames on low brick sills, middle part
roughcast on S front, dark weatherboarded woodshed and stable. N side of
middle part cased in C18 red brick in header bond. Steep thatched roof
hipped at N end and stepped along its length. A long narrow range
enclosing S side of yard with cottage facing S but stable and
open-fronted woodshed facing N. 1 1/2-storeys cottage of 2 structural bays
with winding stair in NE, living room in N bay with axial beam, large
open fireplace in chimney projecting into S bay with small larder to N
of it. External door to narrow storehouses behind chimney in S bay.
2-lights casement window to left of door into N bay. Upper floor boarded
but not now lit, and chimney capped off below roof. Interior has exposed
frame in all walls and remains of wattle-and-daub infill above later
flint gable wall at S end of house. Jowled posts and long straight
braces. Quadrant braces to open front of wood store. Small door in rear
wall giving acess to garden on S and to cottage. Stable at N has 2 small
windows and plank door between. Unjowled posts and clasped-purlin roof.
Stabling for 3 horses. 2 windows high up at rear.
Listing NGR: TL2586529974
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Source: English Heritage
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