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Manor Farmhouse, Hinton on the Green

Building: 2231

Originally a manor house, much rebuilt c.1670, main range demolished early 19th, south west wing remodelled as present farmhouse, limestone rubble & ashlar, slated roof Limestone

Pair of Dovecotes to east of Manor Farmhouse, Hinton-on-the-Green

Building: 2232

17th century, 2 rectangular dovecotes linked by pair of classical arches, limestone rubble, stone tiled roofs Limestone

The Station House

Building: 2433

1864, Lias with freestone segment-headed windows. By George Hunt on the former Barnt Green-Ashchurch loop line. Stone: Blue Lias, Lithology: Limestone

St Peter, Hinton on the Green

Building: 2438

Church. Circa 1500 with 14th and late 11th century remains, restored 1860s. Chancel added 1895, by J D Sedding. Limestone rubble with ashlar tower and tile roof. Comprises a west tower, nave, sout...