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Number 1 (The Old House), 2, 3 and 4

A Grade II Listed Building in Eardisley, County of Herefordshire

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Latitude: 52.1382 / 52°8'17"N

Longitude: -3.0065 / 3°0'23"W

OS Eastings: 331208

OS Northings: 249354

OS Grid: SO312493

Mapcode National: GBR F6.7DVM

Mapcode Global: VH77N.TJX6

Entry Name: Number 1 (The Old House), 2, 3 and 4

Listing Date: 19 August 1953

Last Amended: 31 October 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1157394

English Heritage Legacy ID: 150621

Location: Eardisley, County of Herefordshire, HR3

County: County of Herefordshire

Civil Parish: Eardisley

Built-Up Area: Eardisley

Traditional County: Herefordshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Herefordshire

Church of England Parish: Eardisley with Bollingham and Willersley

Church of England Diocese: Hereford

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Listing Text

SO 3049 - 3149
7/66 No 1 (The Old House), 2.
3 and 4 (Formerly
19.8.53 listed as Nos 3 and 4)
Row of four houses. C17, altered mid-C19 and late C20. Timber-framed with
rendered infill on rubble base, partly refaced in rubble and roughcast; stone-
tiled roof laid in diminishing ocurses, rubble stack to front of ridge with
pair of rendered diagonal shafts and also large brick stack to front of ridge
at north end. T-plan; main range of three framed bays aligned north/south
with large chimney between south and central bays. Cross-wing of three framed
bays adjoins south end and has external rubble chimney with rebuilt brick stack
on its south side. Mainly single storey and attic with dormers. Framing: exposed
on main range. Three panels from sill to wall-plate, short solid braces in some
upper corners, no trusses visible. West front elevation: No 1 occupies cross-
wing. Gable end has a C20 ground floor 4-light casement and a C20 first floor 3-
light casement. There are plank weatherings at girding-beam, tie-beam and collar
level. A C20 single-storey porch wing adjoins to south-west with a 2-light case-
ment at its gable end and a half-glazed door in the angle. Nos 2, 3 and 4 occupy
main range. No 2 has a ground floor 3-light casement and an original gabled
dormer with a tie-beam truss and cusped struts and a 3-light casement; both
windows have plank weatherings. There is a lean-to half-glazed C20 porch and
half-glazed door. No 3 has a 2-light ground floor casement and an original
gabled half-dormer (similar truss to No 4) with a 2-light casement; both windows
have plank weatherings. There is a C20 partly glazed door with a lean-to canopy
on straight brackets. No 4 has a 2-light ground floor casement with a plank
weathering, a C19 gabled dormer with a 2-light casement and a lean-to timber
porch with side lights and a glazed C20 door. (RCHM, III, p 54, item 23).

Listing NGR: SO3120849354

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