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Wing 10 Metres East of the Priory, Warbleton

Description: Wing 10 Metres East of the Priory

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 August 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 295624

OS Grid Reference: TQ6408418125
OS Grid Coordinates: 564084, 118125
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9392, 0.3340

Location: Warbleton, East Sussex TN21 9RG

Locality: Warbleton
Local Authority: Wealden District Council
County: East Sussex
Country: England
Postcode: TN21 9RG

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Listing Text


TQ 61 NW 8/720A Outhouse at the
Priory Hotel to the
east of the main building

The address shall be amended to read


TQ 61 NW 8/720 Wing 10 metres east of
the Priory

The description should be amended to read

Part of former cellarage range of Warbleton Priory, later in agricultural now
in domestic use. Late medieval fabric, C20 details. Sandstone rubble, old
tile roofs. 2 storey range has one ground - and 3 first floor C20 openings, one
crudely chamfered doorway with post-medieval segmental head. Chamfered plinth.
North east gable has single chamfered lancet. Hipped roof. Single storey
wing at south-east has in situ chamfered 2 centred C15 arched doorway. At
rear (south-west) oast addition with C20 replacement gabled roof. Interior:
C20 details.


Outhouse at the Priory
Hotel, to the east of
the main building
TQ 61 NW 8/720A 30.8.66


To the east of the farmhouse is an outbuilding with oasthouse which was part
of the mediaeval C15 building on the west side of the Cloisters and probably
part of the cellarer's range. Stone, patched with red brick. Hipped tiled
roof. Casement windows. Two blocked stone doorways on the west side, one
pointed and one round-headed. On the south side is the date 1805, where
brickwork has been added and an oasthouse attached, constructed of mediaeval
stone. Further east still are the ruins of a buttress which was part of the
Frater and to the north of this footings of the walls of the choir of the
Priory Church.

Listing NGR: TQ6408418125

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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