MALT HOUSE (Georgian to Late 20th Century)


Grid reference Centred SK 70492 54287 (40m by 33m)
Map sheet SK75SW
District Newark
Civil Parish Southwell, Newark


Type and Period (1)

Full Description

Malthouse of red brick, pantile roof, 2 storeys, 8-9 bays long. 2 loft doors on upper floor, 2 ordinary doors on bottom floor. Building altered by the insertion of 5 large windows. Kiln at rear - hipped pantile roof. Roof at SE end hipped. Building apparently empty and large hole in roof. (1)
Built in 1825 and subsequently used for cheese manufacture. They have now been converted into housing. [There is] a kiln at the rear. (3)

Data Held: Ground Photograph (Ground photograph). SNT2646.

4 BW print, BB8A-BB11A, 1977, SMR

<1> Patrick A , undated, Pers Comm (Personal comment). SNT1129.

<2> Patrick A, 1977, Maltings in Nottinghamshire, appx (Published document). SNT1130.

<3> Palmer M & Neaverson P, 1992, Industrial Landscapes of the East Midlands, p 52 (Monograph). SNT5.

Sources/Archives (4)

  • --- Ground photograph: Data Held: Ground Photograph.
  • <1> Personal comment: Patrick A . undated. Pers Comm.
  • <2> Published document: Patrick A. 1977. Maltings in Nottinghamshire. appx.
  • <3> Monograph: Palmer M & Neaverson P. 1992. Industrial Landscapes of the East Midlands. Phillimore & Co Ltd. p 52.

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Record last edited

Jan 19 2023 7:34PM

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