5 Apr 2006
Llanfrother, Hentland, Herefordshire
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This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.

HENTLAND CP SO 52 NW 3/58 Llanfrother 18.5.53


Farmhouse. Possibly C17 with later alterations. Squared coursed sandstone rubble and timber-frame partly rendered to right, concrete tile roof. Rear external sandstone side stack with brick shaft and brick ridge stack.

Rectangular plan aligned north-west/south-west. Cellar and two storeys.

North elevation has two windows, 2-light late C19 to early C20 casements, one to centre and one to left-hand side beneath each of which is an early C19 casement, that to the left of two lights and that to the right of four lights. Two entries, one between the two ground floor casements with a C17 nailed and studded ledged door under a late C19 gabled canopy, the other, 6-panelled, to the right-hand side which is unrendered. South elevation has external stack to right and catslide roof over exposed timber-framing to left. Interior (not inspected) reported by RCHM as having c1700 staircase and fireplace. Attached to north-east end are the remains of a cross-wing which has been demolished down to low walls at the north-west end of which is a 2-light mullioned window formerly serving the north-west end of the cellar beneath the cross-wing. (RCHM, Vol I, p 88).

Listing NGR: SO5421828716


This is part of the Series: IOE01/2071 IOE Records taken by Richard Tudhope; within the Collection: IOE01 Images Of England


© Mr Richard Tudhope. Source: Historic England Archive

This photograph was taken for the Images of England project

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Photographer: Tudhope, Richard

Rights Holder: Tudhope, Richard


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