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Castle Frome

Building: 46

Farmhouse. Possibly C14 or C15 with C17 and later alterations. Sandstone rubble plinth, timber-frame with brick infill, weatherboards and roughcast sandstone rubble gable. Sandstone slate and corru...

Barn opp. Stonewell Cottage

Building: 48

Single storey simple stone barn, in roughly coursed, slabby, grey siltstone and fine sandstone. Very eroded along laminations within blocks and mortar between blocks. A good example of the type of ...

Stonewell Cottage

Building: 49

Plain stone dwelling house front 2 up 2 down symmetry, 2 large projecting wings to rear. All roughly coursed rubble stone, mostly fine to medium grain, predominantly greenish grey. Originally C19, ...

Sunnyside

Building: 50

Good example of a rebuilt or restored farmhouse with cleaned or renewed stonework of variable brown / grey colour on front elevation. Roughly coursed in rectangular slabby blocks.

St Mary, Almeley

Building: 51

Parish church. C13 and C14 with later alterations. Four-bay aisled nave, two-bay chancel with north vestry, west tower and south porch.

Ivy House

Building: 52

C15, with C17 remodelling, late C19 alterations. Timber-framed with deep sandstone plinth & part refacing, part wattle-and-daub & part brick infill. Part tiled & part stone tile roof. Two framed ba...

Ivy Cottage

Building: 53

House. C17, with mid-C19 addition & alterations. Square panelled timber-framing with part painted brick & part wattle-and-daub infill with sandstone rubble plinth. Substantial C19 stone extension o...

1-5 Burnt Orchard

Building: 54

In a row of attached, but not all contemporary cottages.

St Michael & All Angels, Lyonshall

Building: 56

Parish church. Late C12 core but mainly dating from mid & late C13, mid C14 south aisle, west tower largely rebuilt during restoration of 1822 & further heightened in 1872/73 by G F Bodley, when so...

Church of St Thomas of Hereford

Building: 57

Roman Catholic Church, "chaplesque" in style. 1834 with some mid-C19 extensions.