Description: Haygrass House
Date Listed: 7 August 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 271035
OS Grid Reference: ST2328121786
OS Grid Coordinates: 323281, 121786
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9903, -3.0945
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House, Circa 1800, refenestrated early C20. Ashlar Ham stone, quoins, flat string band,
hipped slate roof, overhanging eaves, brackets, stone stacks facing centre. Plan:
double pile facing east with service wing to west. Two storeys,2:1:2 bays, pedimented
centre bay breaks forward slightly distinguished by quoins, first floor single hung sash
windows, ground floor cruciform casements, central flat roofed ashlar Doric porch,
paired columns carrying entablature,pilaster responds, double panelled and studded doors.
Left return (garden front) 3:1 bays with full height canted bay right, similar
fenestration. Interior not seen, retains original shutters.
(The house is mentioned in Locke's Supplement to Collinson, 1793).
Listing NGR: ST2328121786
Source: English Heritage
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