OLD CIDER HOUSE, GREAT MANSON FARM
Map Reference SO41NE
Grid Reference SO4988915568
Unitary (Local) Authority Monmouthshire
Old County Monmouthshire
Type of Site CIDER HOUSE
Broad Class Agriculture and Subsistence
Period 18th Century
Site Description A lofted cider house/granary with a datestone on the gable end with the letter 'C' and the date '1763'. It remained in use as a cider house until the mid twentieth century, and retains a circular stone and timber cider mill. It is built of coursed red sandstone rubble with a roof covering of mainly corrugated asbestos sheeting. There is a central camber-headed doorway (boarded door with strap hinges) and a camber-headed window to each side. The right gable end has stone steps leading up to a camber-headed doorway with small window to its left. There is a stone and timber cider mill. on the ground floor.
It is listed for its special interest as an eighteenth-century cider house retaining a rare cider mill, with group value with Great Manson farmhouse.
Source:- Cadw Listed Buildings, NJR 18/05/2011