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Description: Dairy and Attached Wall, 3 Metres to Rear of Great House Farmhouse
Date Listed: 27 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 266710
OS Grid Reference: ST6940547131
OS Grid Coordinates: 369405, 147131
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2226, -2.4395
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ST64NE2/11 Dairy and attached wall, 3 metres
to rear of Great House Farmhouse
Dairy and attached wall. Circa 1650. Dairy of Doulting rubble, dressed quoins, C20 pantile roof, truncated brick stack
to right. Single-storey, no window openings to facade. Central door opening, massive chamfered stone surround, C19
plank door. Ovolo moulded stone mullioned window of 3-lights to left return. Substantial rubble wall, 2 metres high, at
right angles to left return, running for 4 metres. Contains broad semi-circular head opening in block surround.
Reputedly part of remains of "Great House" which once stood nearby.
Listing NGR: ST6940547131
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Source: English Heritage
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