Description: Dixons and Adjoining Range of Outbuildings to North East of Swynnerton Hall
Date Listed: 25 April 1980
English Heritage Building ID: 272380
OS Grid Reference: SJ8525035476
OS Grid Coordinates: 385250, 335476
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9165, -2.2208
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Dixons and adjoining range
of outbuildings to north-east
of Swynnerton Hall
SJ 83 NE 5/18
C18 and early C19, with later alterations. Red brick with tile roofs. A varied
range extending from north-east side of Swynnerton Hall presenting attractive frontage
to Churchyard. Two storey and single storey. Right-hand wing with renewed casements
adjoining single-storey range with pitching-eyes and segmental-headed carriage arch
to yard, and rear wing; adjoining C18 brick octagonal garden house with stone quoins
and pyramidal roof with ball-head finial; to left again, a barn with pitching-eyes
and honey-comb brickwork in part, the left-hand side now a dwelling (Dixons); return
wing on left-hand side with 3-storeyed corner bay, formerly a dovecote. To left
of yard gateway, a single storey stone barn, the south side altered in brick.
Listing NGR: SJ8529235494
Source: English Heritage
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