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Dovecote at Green Hayes, Westmancote

Building: 1558

17th century, rubble, stone arched doorway, tiled saddle-back roof

Kessford Cottage

Building: 1559

The end walls are stone and the front wall is rendered brick. There are dentil bricks under the guttering. Painted and modernised

Outbuilding at Cross Keys Inn

Building: 1560

19th century, former wagon/coach house with accomodation above, coursed rubble & brick, tiled roof. Has been used as a garage and is now a storage area for the Pub. The end wall adjacent to the roa...

The Cider Mill

Building: 1565

Stone-sided one storey building infilled with manufactured bricks. This may have been a cart shed next to the road. The house behind may be a barn conversion.

Pig sty behind the Cider Mill

Building: 1566

Stone built 3 bay pig sty probably early 19th century.

The Granary Garage

Building: 1568

Garage is stone built to roof height with the eaves constructed of brick. Likely a converted outbuilding. The main house is a brick built one range long building. The brick work on the lintels has ...

Oldcroft Farmhouse

Building: 1569

May have been 2 or 3 separate dwelling houses. The central part is perhaps the oldest as there is a central external chimney breast, and a Cotswold Stone Tudor drip-course above the lower floor w...

Garage at The Granary

Building: 1570

Stone outbuilding with wooden door. Above this level it is brick built with trap door and brick roof tiles.

Dovecote at Hardwick Farm

Building: 1573

Dovecote. 18th century, stone, gable ends, machine tiled roof and stone basal coping 1m high. Small central wooden lantern with slate pyramid roof. Stone: Cotswold Stone, Lithology: Limestone

Mid Barn

Building: 1576

Stone Barn. 19th century, two storeys, coursed stone, tiled roof, converted to L-shaped dwelling with single story east wing east wing, possibly an old cart shed, of timber & glass over coursed sto...