Description: The Malthouse
Date Listed: 19 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 308058
OS Grid Reference: SP2440572241
OS Grid Coordinates: 424405, 272241
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3477, -1.6431
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Stable range converted to dwelling. One of two service wings to the demolished
Honiley Hall which stood to north-east. The coach house wing is situated
opposite. (North and South Lodge qv). Late C17. Red brick with glazed
headers. Steeply pitched plain tile roof. 2 brick chimney stacks, one on
right hand of ridge, one on left hand end wall. Two storeys. 2:5:2 ground
floor bays, the coped gabled end bays project slightly. Brick dentilled first
floor band raised over segmental arched carriageway in central bay. Elaborate
brick dentilled eaves cornice. Cross mullion/transom casement windows under
flat rubbed brick keystoned arches on ground floor. Two-light and three-light
casements at first floor except right hand gable wall which has a five-light
bow oriel. Small elliptical windows in gables. Central C20 ridge lantern.
Listing NGR: SP2441472247
Source: English Heritage
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