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3 Castle Cottages

Building: 24

A one storey building of rubble sandstone with ashlar Cotswold stone dressings to the windows and doors and ornamental relieving arches in the gable walls. The stone window surrounds have chamfered...

St John the Baptist, Letton

Building: 25

Part of N wall of nave C11/C12. Mid C12 church reconstructed, nave widened & perhaps lengthened, chancel added or rebuilt. Late C13 chancel lengthened. S transept added c.1330 & N tower added some ...

St Michael, Michaelchurch Escley

Building: 26

The nave & chancel are the same width built of shaley rubble with sandstone dressings & have no chancel arch. The windows of the chancel are C16 & C17 in date while the nave windows are C14 or earl...

Bridge Farmhouse

Building: 27

A 2-storey building of rubble sandstone with attics & cellar, with a tiled roof, hipped at the east end & gabled at the west end. It is of two building periods, the junction being visible on the...

Church Cottage

Building: 29

Cottage. Two stories, with a central door having a flat stone lintel and a stone flagged porch roof above. The 5 windows are symmetrically placed, the ground floor ones having arched heads and th...

Jasmine Cottage & Forge Cottage

Building: 30

A 2-storey timber-framed cottage of 3 bays, the timber frame with brick noggin being exposed in the E wall. A stone C19 one storey lean-to was added against the E wall. The front was encased in st...

The Bridge Inn

Building: 31

A two storey L shaped building of two different periods, the W facing wing has a lower ridge line & a stone flagged roof & is built of larger pieces of stone, while the S facing wing is broader & l...

Dorstone Village Hall

Building: 32

Village Hall. 1603, addition dated 1740 with 1898/99 additions & C20 alterations. L-shaped building with a projecting closed front porch: the façade is rendered to give a green stone apperance. Si...

Corner Cottage

Building: 33

A rectangular building, the end one of a terrace built of a green-grey and buff sandstone with a trapezoidal addition adjacent to a corner in the road, built of a brown sandstone.

St Faith, Dorstone

Building: 34

Rebuilt in 1889, the tower was later shortened to almost level with the ridge of the roof. It is built of grey-green to brown rusticated stone and incorporates the 13thC tufa chancel arch and som...