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Latitude: 51.8696 / 51°52'10"N
Longitude: -2.6503 / 2°39'1"W
OS Eastings: 355323
OS Northings: 219201
OS Grid: SO553192
Mapcode National: GBR FN.SK6M
Mapcode Global: VH86P.08RM
Plus Code: 9C3VV89X+RV
Entry Name: Outbuilding About 30 Yards East of Marstow Court
Listing Date: 26 March 1987
Last Amended: 26 August 1993
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1214715
English Heritage Legacy ID: 399448
Location: Marstow, County of Herefordshire, HR9
Civil Parish: Marstow
Traditional County: Herefordshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Herefordshire
Church of England Parish: Marstow
Church of England Diocese: Hereford
This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 01/10/2012
SO 51 NE
Outbuilding about 30 yards east of Marstow Court
(Formerly listed as Granary about 30 yards east of Marstow Court)
Probably house; now farm building. Circa C15; altered C18 and
C19. Sandstone rubble with sandstone dressings. Gable-ended
Welsh slate roof.
PLAN: Rectangular plan; one large room later subdivided into 2
nearly equal size rooms.
EXTERIOR: Tall 2-storey building. North elevation has blocked
circa C15 window at centre on ground floor with 2
trefoil-headed lights with cusped spandrels; 2-light
wooden-frame window above with chamfered mullion with
straight-cut stops, the lights divided by octagonal mullions
[only one survives] ; to right on ground floor a small
chamfered stone blocked window; on extreme left blocked
chamfered 4-centred arch doorway. East gable end has various
chamfered stone windows, two of 2 lights with stone mullions,
first floor right blocked. South elevation later large raking
buttress on right corner and later stone external staircase on
left corner to first floor doorway with blocked window on
left. West gable end has off-set at first floor level and
later doorway on left with plank door with strap hinges.
INTERIOR: Ground floor has later stone rubble partition and
chamfered ceiling beams. First floor open to 2 1/2 bay circa
C17 queen-strut roof with lightly chamfered principals,
tie-beams and collars and trenched side purlins and
diagonally-set ridgepiece. First floor north window has inward
opening ledged shutters with strap hinges.
HISTORY: Reputedly associated with the manor of the Knights
Hospitallers, who held lands in Marstow.
SOURCE: Kay,R.E., Survey report in CRO, 31/1/1966.
Listing NGR: SO5532319201
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