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Hergest Court

Building: 6271

Manor house, now house sub-divided into two tenements. Reputed to have been built c.1430 for Thomas Vaughan; on the site of an earlier house but largely remodelled during the C17 & C18 & further al...

Granary to south-west of Hergest Court

Building: 6302

Solar wing to former hall house, now granary. Early C14, altered C16 and late C19. Sandstone rubble with hipped Welsh slate roof. Rectangular block to south-west of house with entrances to south-ea...

The Pound Farmhouse

Building: 6303

C15, or possibly earlier, completely refaced during late C19. Timber-framed core refaced with sandstone rubble. C20 tiled roof. Probable four-bay hall house aligned south-west/north-east with two a...

Parkstile Mill

Building: 6304

Cornmill, now house. C18, with late C19 & C20 alterations. Painted sandstone rubble, part Welsh slate & part stone tile roof. Rectangular plan aligned north-east/south-west with house part with gab...

Rushock Quarry

Quarry: 82

The quarry is in the Raglan Mudstone Formation. Marked on the OS County Series: Herefordshire 1:2500 1886 'Old Quarry'.

Hergest Mill Quarry

Quarry: 354

This is a Raglan Mudstone quarry is a pit that is 55m in length, 15m depth and 8m tall. Marked on OS Herefordshire 017NE-04 1905 ''Quarry'. There are worked blocks in the quarry bottom, one with ...

Kingswood Hall Quarry

Quarry: 357

One very small exposure (1m x 1/2m) of fine well sorted sandstone; the rest of the quarry is very overgrown. 15m long, 19m deep, 4m high. The quarry is filled with rubbish.

This may be the ' a qua...