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Gatepiers to Longfield Manor

Building: 5

Late 17th century stone gate posts and piers.

Barns to Castle House

Building: 7

Substantial stone barn c.early C19 in random rubble purple and grey sandstone Comments: Similar to farm buildings front the road at other properties, giving immediate impression of stone village.

Castle House

Building: 8

Symmetrical probably C18 farmhouse.

St Mary, Clifford

Building: 9

Parish church. C12, c.1300 and C18, restored 1839 and 1888. The 1888 work by Ewan Christian. Sandstone rubble with some tufa, tile roof. Chancel and nave c1300, west tower C18, north aisle, north p...

Kington St Mary the Virgin Church

Building: 12

Parish church. c1300, much altered. Sandstone rubble; plain tile roof with shingles to spire. Nave, north and south aisles (c1300), chancel (rebuilt early C14), Decorated south chapel (c1320), sout...

Kington Pitfour

Building: 13

Late C18/early C19. Stone rubble; hipped Welsh slate roof; brick stack to front; brick end stack to rear. 3 storeys. Source:


6A Common Close

Building: 14

West end of row of four cottages. Early C19. Sandstone rubble, moderately well coursed; Welsh slate roof; 2 brick ridge stacks; rubble buttress stack with brick chimney, to left. 2 storeys.

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Garden Wall to Cartref

Building: 16

Retention of the old plot wall around the garden as part of 170m of roadside random rubble stone walling maintains the stone built feel.


Building: 17

Toll house. c.1827/28, restored late C20. Neatly coursed rubble stone; Welsh slate faceted roof; central rubble stack. Octagonal plan. Single storey; C20 plank door; stone flat arches; stone band t...


Building: 18

Good example, with neighbours, of small modern development on older plots, using random rubble for ground floor exterior, 2nd storey rendered.