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The Bury Farmhouse and Adjoining out Buildings and Hop Kilns

A Grade II Listed Building in Ford and Stoke Prior, County of Herefordshire

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Latitude: 52.2047 / 52°12'16"N

Longitude: -2.7033 / 2°42'11"W

OS Eastings: 352036

OS Northings: 256507

OS Grid: SO520565

Mapcode National: GBR FL.3B2G

Mapcode Global: VH84X.3V77

Entry Name: The Bury Farmhouse and Adjoining out Buildings and Hop Kilns

Listing Date: 21 May 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1349808

English Heritage Legacy ID: 149663

Location: Ford and Stoke Prior, County of Herefordshire, HR6

County: County of Herefordshire

Civil Parish: Ford and Stoke Prior

Traditional County: Herefordshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Herefordshire

Church of England Parish: Stoke Prior and Ford

Church of England Diocese: Hereford

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Listing Text

SO 55 NW
2/100 The Bury Farmhouse
and adjoining out-
buildings and hop kilns
Farmhouse and adjoining outbuildings and hop kilns. C18, altered and
extended mid-C19. Coursed dressed sandstone rubble with ashlar dressings,
slate roof with overhanging bracketted eaves and brick ridge stacks. Two
and three storeys with two-course band at first floor level. One plus three
bays. Windows have ashlar sills. Three-bay part has a 4-light casement with
a cambered head and moulded keyblock and a C19 hipped-roofed canted bay window
on the ground floor; on the first floor are two 3-light C19 casements and, to
the left, a round-headed window with a dropped keyblock and Y-tracery. Beneath
this window is the main entrance which has a hipped-roofed porch on timber posts
and a partly-glazed door with a cambered head. The single-bay part to the left
has a ground floor 6-pane sash with a cambered head, a first floor 3-light
casement and a smaller 3-light casement on the second floor. Outbuildings: three
rubble, slate-roofed ranges adjoin to the left. The one adjacent to the house
was probably a farmworker's house. Two storeys, two bays. There is a ground
floor 12-pane sash with a cambered head, two first floor 2-light casements and
a partly-glazed door with a lean-to canopy on straight brackets. The next
range is also of two levels and two bays and has a ground floor square window,
two first floor 2-light windows and a ledged and battened door. Adjoining this
is a range of two levels and three bays. This may have been a malthouse and
has two ground floor 6-pane windows, three first floor square windows and a
central ledged and battened door. At the rear of it are two hop kilns: brick
with combined steeply pitched hipped slate roof. Rectangular plan. Two levels.
Their east elevation has two ground floor openings with cambered heads, a first
floor window and a central loft door.

Listing NGR: SO5203656507

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