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Number 5 and Attached Former Cowhouse to South, Clun

Description: Number 5 and Attached Former Cowhouse to South

Grade: II
Date Listed: 5 June 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 257231

OS Grid Reference: SO3071782688
OS Grid Coordinates: 330717, 282688
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4378, -3.0206

Location: Clun, Shropshire SY7 8NZ

Locality: Clun
County: Shropshire
Country: England
Postcode: SY7 8NZ

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Listing Text


7/142 No.5 and attached
- former Cowhouse
to South


Farmhouse, now house; and cowhouse, now garage and store. C16 or C17,
remodelled in mid-to-late C19. Timber framed house, refaced and/or
rebuilt in coursed limestone rubble; slate roof. T-plan house with
projecting gabled cross-wing to South. One storey and attic. Large
central stone ridge stack. Ground floor late C20 four-light wooden
casement in hall range to left; right-hand cross wing with 2-light late
C19 metal attic casement and ground floor 3-light metal casement off-
centre to left; 6-panelled door (top panels glazed) to right with
gabled porch. Exposed timber frame in jettied gable-end at rear of
cross wing; gabled eaves-dormer to rear of hall range. Former cow-
house to South. Probably early to mid-C19; coursed limestone rubble
with graded slate roof. 2 storeys; late C20 concrete block addition
to West; boarded loft door and 2-leaf boarded stable floor door to
East with later corrugated iron addition; late C20 boarded garage
doors in corrugated-iron clad gable-end to South.

Listing NGR: SO3071782688

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Source: English Heritage

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