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Clapper Farmhouse and Attached Farmbuildings, Norbury

Description: Clapper Farmhouse and Attached Farmbuildings

Grade: II
Date Listed: 22 October 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 256874

OS Grid Reference: SO3599394000
OS Grid Coordinates: 335993, 294000
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5401, -2.9452

Location: Norbury, Shropshire SY9 5HW

Locality: Norbury
County: Shropshire
Country: England
Postcode: SY9 5HW

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Listing Text


7/29 Clapper Farmhouse
- and attached farm

- II

Farmhouse and attached ranges of farmbuildings. Early to mid-C19.
Farmhouse. Uncoursed limestone and conglomerate rubble, slate roof, rubble-
stone ridge stack with brick capping and red brick end stack to right. 2
storeys; irregular fenestration, 3 mid-C19 metal casements with Gothic glazing
to first floor, 2 to ground; 2 ledged doors, one to left of each ground floor
window; all the ground floor openings have cambered heads (brick except for
that above the left hand door which is of stone). Contemporary lean-to to
rear with catslide roof. Attached cowhouse to west. Under same roof, replaced
with corrugated iron to rear. Stable door under cambered head. King post roof
in 2 bays, hayloft over right hand bay. Cowshed to south; roof entirely
of corrugated iron, 4 doors under cambered heads, 2 eaves hatches. King
post roof in 3 bays with brick partition wall between first and second bays
from south; loft for granary in first and third bays, cowstalls in second
and third bays from south. Later C19 pigsties and barn(?) on south and east
sides of farmyard are not included. The farmhouse and attached ranges of
farmbuildings are shown on the 1846 Enclosure Map. Shropshire Record Office:

Listing NGR: SO3599394000

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Source: English Heritage

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