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Barn (1), Brampton Bryan

Building: 58

Large barn/stables built probably in early C19 in estate's Brampton (Wentnor) stone, as extension to lower timber-framed and brick C18 or C17 barn. All quoins and window/door surrounds in brick bec...

Barn (2), Brampton Bryan

Building: 59

Long, low C18 stable lock in roughly coursed fine sandstone, with slate roof.

The Forge

Building: 60

Typical early C19 forge/blacksmith's building in "estate Gothick" style. North elevation mostly well coursed rubble sandstone, east elevation more random. Surrounds of bay window in Grinshill stone.

9 Brampton Bryan

Building: 61

One of several early C20 semi-detached estate workers cottages, executed in the local Brampton (Wentnor) Sandstone, with brick string courses, quoins and window surrounds because of irregularity of...

St Barnabas, Brampton Bryan

Building: 63

Parish church. Perhaps C14, almost entirely rebuilt in 1643-1656 for Sir Robert Harley, following destruction in 1643. Late C19 alterations and extensions. Sandstone rubble and sandstone dressings ...

Buckton Watermill

Building: 64

Water mill. Probably late C18 to early C19 with later alterations. 3 storey part in grey Ludlow Rocks, eastern 2 storey part in Brampton "estate" stone rubble with brick dressings. Welsh slate and ...

Malicar Mill

Building: 65

A one-storey building adjacent and parallel to a two-storey building both adjacent to, and slightly below the level of the road. Both are gabled with “clover leaf” shaped ashlar owl holes in...

Thelwell Cottage

Building: 66

Modern L-shaped 2-storey gabled house with offset windows in the gable end and a dormer at eaves level down the side. The large blank gabled wall of a garage obscures the rest of the house. All...

Church of St Mary

Building: 68

The walls are of coursed sandstone rubble, buttressed on the N and S, with dressings of the same stone except for the top stage of the tower and spire which are ashlar sandstone. The font is C12 ...

Blenheim Cottage

Building: 69

Two storey cottage at the east end of a contiguous row, built of coursed brown sandstone. Front door and adjoining window have ashlar faced stone arches. The upstairs windows have straight heads...