Stables and cartshed, about four metres north of Farmhouse, Roel Farm


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Stables and cartshed, about four metres north of Farmhouse, Roel Farm, Roel


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Statutory Address:
Stables and cartshed, about four metres north of Farmhouse, Roel Farm, Roel

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

Tewkesbury (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SP 07395 24874


SP 02 SE 9/36

HAWLING ROEL Stables and cartshed, about four metres north of Farmhouse, Roel Farm

(formerly listed as part of Roel Farmhouse with farm buildings)


GV II Stables and cartshed. Late C18.Random rubble walls, ashlar quoins, stone slate roof. Three-window stable, similar length cartshed, both lofted.

Facade facing house; central, boarded door to stable, segmental head, of two shallow stones with slightly projecting keystone, head extended horizontally a short distance each side. Either side a semi-circular headed window, plain ashlar frame and sill with slightly projecting keystone. No openings to loft:to left large buttress, eaves to cartshed slightly higher. Inserted boarded door with timber lintel by buttress, blocked door with timber lintel, centre cartshed range: entrance to cartshed on left return. Right return stable, shuttered opening with stone lintel low down on left for shovelling out manure; shuttered opening in gable with timber lintel.Owl hole in gable of higher section.

Internally, cobbled floor to stable, three heavy floor beams over. Above, interrupted tie-beam trusses with collar, two pairs purlins, plank ridge. Loft originally used as granary, with access by door in rear wall, rising into dormer, all up short flight of stone steps from higher ground level. Dormer collapsed before time of survey (1986). Roof to cartshed not inspected: access similar, but dormer extant. A conscious attempt at architectural design. Forms group with house and barn (q.v.).

Listing NGR: SP0739524874


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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