A view from the east of the building known as Maddington Priory with attached cottages at its north-east end
- Maddington Priory, Shrewton, Maddington, Wiltshire
- Photograph (Negative)
The building known as Maddington Priory is a listed building recorded as a barn dating from 1600, whereas a survey carried out in the late 1980s identified the building as being stables dating from the late 16th century. At the time of the survey an attached farm building and cottages had been demolished and Maddington Priory was subsequently converted to residential use and named The Old Priory.
© Historic England Archive
Photographer: Wight, Marjory L
Tudor Stable, Tudor Barn, House
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