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Description: Malt House
Date Listed: 12 September 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 253541
OS Grid Reference: SP2551004561
OS Grid Coordinates: 425510, 204561
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7392, -1.6319
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8/229 Malt House
House. C17 with C19 bay at south-west end. Coursed rubble limestone, part
roughcast, with stone slate roof. Stone, brick and rendered chimneys. L-plan,
with lobby entry in west wing. 2 storeys and attic. West wing has 3 bays of C17
chamfered stone mullion windows in south front, all with Tudor hoodmoulds. Most
windows are of 3 lights but ground floor of right bay has 4-light window. Board
door with wooden lintel to left; lobby entry between right windows, with dressed
stone jambs, wooden lintel and C20 door. Stack has 3 square rendered shafts. C19
bay at left end has 2-light wooden casements and dressed stone chimney. East
wing has south return of bays, the left with 2-light chamfered stone mullion
window over C20 door, the right with C20 sash in altered opening. Gable end also
has sashes, and small 2-light attic window with chamfered wooden mullion and
renewed moulded wooden lintel. North side of wing has 3 bays of irregular
openings with old moulded or chamfered wooden lintels, the left openings
blocked. Right bay has 4-light ground floor window with ovolo-moulded wooden
mullions, and 3-light casement to first floor.
Listing NGR: SP2551004561
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Source: English Heritage
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