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Cowhouses and Former Malt-House Aproximately 5 Metres to North-East South-Westerly Chapel Lawn Farmh, Clun

Description: Cowhouses and Former Malt-House Aproximately 5 Metres to North-East South-Westerly Chapel Lawn Farmh

Grade: II
Date Listed: 5 June 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 257163

OS Grid Reference: SO3164676276
OS Grid Coordinates: 331646, 276276
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3802, -3.0056

Location: Clun, Shropshire SY7 0BW

Locality: Clun
County: Shropshire
Country: England
Postcode: SY7 0BW

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Listing Text

SO 3165 7628

10/68 Cowhouses and former
- malt-house approximately
5 metres to North-east
South-westerly Chapel
Lawn Farmhouse


Cowhouse and malt-house, the latter now a store. Probably early and
mid-to-late C19, partly rebuilt after collapse in 1910 (see stone above
front floor doorway to right). Long range in 2 heights, 2 and 3-storey
former malt house to right of coursed and squared limestone, partly
rebuilt in red brick; 3-framed bay cowhouses; timber framed with
weather boarded loft, brick nogged ground floor, and coursed limestone
rubble plinth and end wall; slate roof. Malt-house: 3-storey
block to right; 3 segmental-headed 2-light windows on each floor to
right, some boarded over and others blocked; external stone steps to
central first floor segmental-headed boarded door; first floor
segmental-headed 2-light casement in rebuilt part to left with 2
large boarded doors beneath. Lower part to left: boarded first floor
window to left and boarded loft door to right; ground floor boarded
window to left, segmental-headed boarded door to right, and blocked
central opening. Cowhouse: 2 boarded loft doors; 3 ground floor
boarded doors, blocked doorway between first and second windows from
left. Interior: Cowhouse with tie-beam and raking queen strut
trusses. Together with the other farm buildings (q.v.) and the farm
house, this range forms part of an important group in the centre of the

Listing NGR: SO3164676276

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Source: English Heritage

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