Chestnut Barn, The Old Dairy, The Haywain, Hillside Barn and The Oast House


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Chestnut Barn, The Old Dairy, The Haywain, Hillside Barn and The Oast House, Home Farm Lane, Great Witley, WR6 6JJ


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Statutory Address:
Chestnut Barn, The Old Dairy, The Haywain, Hillside Barn and The Oast House, Home Farm Lane, Great Witley, WR6 6JJ

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

Malvern Hills (District Authority)
Great Witley
National Grid Reference:
SO 74743 65825


This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 13/12/2019

SO 76 NW 2/68

GREAT WITLEY CP HOME FARM LANE Chestnut Barn, The Old Dairy, The Haywain, Hillside Barn and The Oast House

(Formerly listed as Barn, stable with loft over and adjoining oast houses approximately 30 metres north east of Walsgrove Farmhouse, GREAT WITLEY)

GV II Former barn, stable with loft over and adjoining oast houses. Early-mid C19. Red brick, tiled roofs, slate roofs to oasts. Buildings form two sides to former U-plan fold yard, barn to north and stable/loft and two oast houses to east; former cowhouse to west destroyed by fire, rebuilt C20 (not included).

Barn: six bays, two threshing floors with square-headed openings, brickwork articulated to suggest blind arcading; full height semi-circular arches with imposts, accentuating bay divisions; perforated brickwork in recessed semi-circular arched panels. Elevation to fold yard is partly obscured by C20 steel-framed extension (not included). Internal trusses have inclined struts and supported on brick spur walls. C20 inserted floor to central bays.

Stable adjoins barn at east end, two storeys, dentilled eaves cornice, cambered lintels to doorways and window openings, loft above. Two oast houses adjoin to south east of stable wing, square plan Hereford oasts, altered, now used as calf pens.

Group Value with Walsgrove Farmhouse.

Listing NGR: SO7474365825


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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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Date: 23 Aug 2000
Reference: IOE01/01439/17
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Philip Williamson. Source Historic England Archive
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