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Bronsil Castle

Building: 585

Ruins of castle with bridge and moat (entirely surrounding building). Incorporated older structures, but mainly C15th. A licence to crenellate as granted to Richard Beauchamp in 1460. When complete...

Eastnor Castle

Building: 5745

Norman revival, large symmetrical castle with cloverleaf-form towers at the corners. Access via walled courtyard to north west. Low battlemented gatehouse with round towers. Extensive alterations 1...

Eastnor C of E Primary School

Building: 5757

1845, stone, plain Tudor-style with outer gables. Sympathetic additions.

The 1841 Census shows Ann Gates, schoolmistress, living near the church. When was the school really built?

St John the Baptist, Eastnor

Building: 5860

Late C14 battlemented west tower, rest of church rebuilt 1851/52
By Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, 1852, except for the 14th century west tower, the late Norman south doorway and the north arcade,whose e...

Milestone to west side of A438

Building: 6006

Milestone. Early/mid C19 freestone upright with swept back top. Incised lettering "TO LEDBURY 2". Cast iron plate, raised lettering, fixed over lower part "TO LEDBURY 2 TEWKESBURY 12".

Milestone to south side of A438

Building: 6007

Milestone. Early/mid C19 freestone upright with swept back top. Cast iron plate, raised lettering, "TO LEDBURY 4 TEWKESBURY 10".

Clencher’s Mill House

Building: 6008

Mid C19, coursed squared rubble, raised quoins, plain band over ground floor, slated roof, brick end stacks.

The house is marked in it's current position on a map of 1840. It is not on the map of ...

Clock Tower Cottage

Building: 6009

Cottage & cartshed. Mid C19. Rubble with brick dressings, hipped plain tiled roof. (Buildings Listing)

A stone—built cartshed with brick arches to the 4 main openings it is built into the slope...

Eastnor Castle, Portcullis Lodge & retaining walls to forecourt

Building: 6010

1815/16 by Robert Smirke. Lodge of coursed squared rubble and freestone dressings; roof concealed behind embattled parapet. Single storey on battered basement. Flanking the lodge are retaining wall...

Eastnor Castle, Retaining Wall to lower terrace on garden front

Building: 6011

1870s by G E Fox. Rock faced rubble wall on a battered plinth. Approximately 5-8 m high with an embattled parapet.