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Description: The Granary, South East of Hazelbury
Date Listed: 24 July 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 317010
OS Grid Reference: ST8357368342
OS Grid Coordinates: 383573, 168342
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4139, -2.2376
ST 86 NW BOX HAZELBURY
2/148 The Granary, south-east of
Granary and cart-shed range, later C17, converted c1922-5 into
garage, cottages and workshop by Sir H. Brakspear. Rubble stone,
part roughcast with stone tiled roofs, coped gables and c1922 corniced ashlar stacks and hipped dormers. One and a half storeys.
Open courtyard plan. Small scale court entered through low wall
between wings. Chamfered basket-arched doorway with drips tone and
oak plank door to left of main range with recessed chamfered single
light above, 2-light recessed mullion window with hood to ground
floor right. Doorcase has John Pritchard 1766 inscribed. North
wing has plank door on inner face, south wing has outside stairs to
loft door under dormer gable to right, 2-light renewed ground floor
centre window with hood and single light to left. Gable ends of
both wings have renewed 2-light windows with hoodmoulds to upper
floors. Ground floors formerly had open 2-bay cart-sheds.
Original 2-light windows with hoodmoulds to outer side of each
wing. North gable end of main range has original attic light and
inserted garage. Three rear dormer gables'are of c1922, one
reusing original window.
Listing NGR: ST8357368342
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