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Description: Ashgrove and Attached Cowhouse
Date Listed: 22 October 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 256892
OS Grid Reference: SO3841794612
OS Grid Coordinates: 338417, 294612
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5459, -2.9095
SO 39 SE WENTNOR C.P. -
7/47 Ashgrove and attached
Farmhouse and attached cowhouse. Probably early to mid-C18, altered and
extended in mid-C19. Uncoursed limestone rubble and brick dressings, slate
roof, axial brick ridge stack to right of centre. Aligned north-south,
aspect west; perhaps a longhouse derivative. 2 storeys; 3 windows on
first floor (with a further blocked opening beneath stack), 4 to ground,
including one to attached cowhouse to left, all late C19 metal casements,
those to left of stack with Gothic glazing and cambered heads; ledged
door to left of centre. The left hand end of the building is a cowshed
with hayloft over, the access to which is in the left hand gable end.
Interior. Both ground floor rooms have heavy spine beams and joists
and the fireplace in the room to the right a massive, curved timber lintel.
Listing NGR: SO3841794612
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Source: English Heritage
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