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Scutterdine Limekiln

Building: 5741

Limestone quarries within vicinity.
Two arches, two eyes at the rear of the centre wall and a charge hole visible and infilled at the base only. There is a central buttress and two poke holes above...

Mordiford Mill

Building: 5759

A mill has been present here since Saxon times, and it is mentioned in the Domesday book.
Late C18. Coursed sandstone rubble with part brick dressings & brick shaft to stack, tiled roof. Rectangu...

Holy Rood Church, Mordiford

Building: 5760

C12 core, with C13 chancel & remaining base (ground stage) of former central tower. Restored in 1811/14, 1852 & mostly rebuilt 1869. Restored sections of the church consist of ashlar sandstone dres...

The Forge House

Building: 5939

Old smithy/ forge. Discrete, intensely weathered calcareous siltstone.

Mordiford Bridge (that part in Mordiford CP)

Building: 5943

Possible bridge on site since 1352. C16 with later additions & repairs. Coursed & dressed sandstone rubble. Two main spans over River Lugg, two further flood arches & causeway with further five arc...

East Gateway to churchyard of Holy Rood Church & Wall extending to north

Building: 5948

c.1800. Sandstone rubble with brick 4-centred arch to gateway, further pedestrian doorway in wall to right with 2-centred head & ledged garden door.

Churchyard Cross to south-east of Holy Rood Church, Mordiford

Building: 6755

C14 or C15. Sandstone ashlar, octagonal stepped plinth, square base with chamfered corners and pointed niche in west face with gable, octagonal shaft, 1920 cross.

Barn to north-west of Old Rectory & The Mews, Mordiford

Building: 6756

C18. Sandstone rubble with brick gable ends. Three bays aligned east/west with central threshing floor, raised verge to east.

Sufton Court, Mordiford

Building: 6757

1788/89, attributed to James Wyatt. Brick faced with Bath stone ashlar, hipped stone tile roof. Double depth plan with central entrance & stair well, grouped axial stacks. Three storeys, attics & c...

Bridge over Pentaloe Brook, Mordiford

Building: 6758

Bridge over Pentaloe Brook