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Description: Longdon Manor, Shelter Shed and Stable Approximately 10 Metres East of Manor House, and Attached She
Date Listed: 16 May 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 306556
OS Grid Reference: SP2206241636
OS Grid Coordinates: 422062, 241636
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0727, -1.6795
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4/190 Longdon Manor, shelter shed
and stable approx. 10m. E of
manor house, and attached
Sheltershed. C18. Squared, coursed limestone with brick gable ends. Old tile
roof. 6 bays. The roof is supported on chamfered, tapering, limestone pillars.
To left a stable with plank stable door and opening to left. Interior: pegged
through purlin roof with collars. Timbers have incised Roman construction
numerals. Attached to right a further sheltershed of 9 bays, with an old tile
roof supported on hood pillars with stone plinths. Interior: rubbed brick
pilasters on rear wall correspond to pillars. Pegged queen strut roof with
Listing NGR: SP2206241636
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Source: English Heritage
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