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Description: Farmbuildings Approximately 40 Metres to South West of Shadwell Hall
Date Listed: 5 June 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 257113
OS Grid Reference: SO2746585581
OS Grid Coordinates: 327465, 285581
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4633, -3.0690
SO 28 NE CLUN C.P. -
3/19 Farmbuildings approxi-
- mately 40 metres to
South-west of Shadwell
Cowhouse, stables, cartshed and granary. Probably circa 1812.
Coursed and squared limestone and coursed rubble, partly rebuilt in
C20 concrete block; limestone roof, partly replaced with corrugated
asbestos. Irregular L-plan, site falling from North-west to South-
east. Stables: One storey and loft. Large gable to left. 2
boarded loft doors, that to right with tallet steps, 5 ground floor
doors; 2 to right with segmental heads, one to left blocked; through
passageway second from left. Cartshed, granary and cowhouse to
North: cartshed to left, 4 bays with cast-iron columns and weather-
boarded loft; cowhouse to right with 3 boarded doors. Cowhouse to
North-east (one of a pair flanking farmyard entrance). One storey.
3 boarded 2-leaf doors alternating with slatted wooden windows.
Included as an example of an early C19 model farm. Possibly ascribable
to John Carline (1761-1835) of Shrewsbury. Shadwell.Hail (q.v.).
Listing NGR: SO2746585581
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