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Hall End Farm

Introduction

Hall End Farm is a medieval site, now a working farm. It is of garden interest for its 17th-century bee-holes, canal, orchard and sundial. This record was checked with South Gloucestershire Historic Environment Record Officer - June 2010.

This medieval site is now a working farm. Hall End Farmhouse is a Grade II Listed Building and is from the early-17th century.

Of garden interest and dating from 17th century are bee-holes, and a canal. There are also a sundial and an orchard.

As well as the farmhouse there are 18th-century gate piers and flanking walls (listed building grade II). A grade II listed bakehouse dates from the early-19th century.

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Features & Designations

Designations

  • The National Heritage List for England: Listed Building

  • Reference: Hall End Farm
  • Grade: II

Features

  • Bee Bole
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  • Ornamental Canal
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  • Orchard
  • Sundial
  • Farmhouse (featured building)
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  • Gate Piers
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  • Boundary Wall
  • Garden Building
  • Description: Bakehouse.
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Key Information

Type

Garden

Purpose

Food/drink production

Principal Building

Farm

Survival

Extant

Hectares

0.4

Civil Parish

Yate

References

Contributors

  • Avon Gardens Trust