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Nos 40 and 42

Building: 904

Semi-detached house with coursed rubble walls, dressed quoins, hoods and sills using light brown and buff sandstone from the St Maughans Formation.

The Old House

Building: 909

Semi-detached house with rubble walls of light brown and buff sandstone from the St Maughans Formation.

Barn, Clifton upon Teme

Building: 912

Barn / outhouse plinth - coursed rubble walls of light brown and buff sandstone from the St Maughans Formation.

Ham Farm, Clifton

Building: 7251

Old farm building made of local stone, suspected quarried locally.

2 Church Row, Clifton on Teme

Building: 7493

Two storey house. Appears to be a relatively new build. The Stone is an excellent colour match for the neighbouring houses (possibly reclaimed stone?).

Kenelm Cottage, Clifton on Teme

Building: 7494

Small brick cottage with stone on gable end.

Coach House, Clifton on Teme

Building: 7495

Stone house, part exposed stone, part rendered.

Clifton-on-Teme Primary School

Building: 7496

Single storey, stone school house building.

29 The Village, Clifton-on-Teme

Building: 7497

Two storey house. Lower half is exposed stone (green sandstone), upper half is painted brick.

Riley Cottages

Quarry: 150

This is a building and walling stone quarry in the St Maughan's Sandstone Formation. Marked on the OS County Series: Herefordshire 1:2500 1905 ''Old Quarry'.