The building is Listed Grade 2 and originates from the 17th century. According to the Batheaston Historical buildings Survey, 2001-2, by the Batheaston
Society, “The Batheaston Brewery closed in 1870. Sometime after 1878 the building was acquired by the local Working Men’s Association; the ground floor
became a drill hall for the 14th Avondale Rifle Volunteers, above were rooms for bagatelle or billiards, reading and smoking. Sometime thereafter, the
building reverted to commercial-industrial usages...”
The premises have been converted into contemporary homes. We have been sent a selection of photographs from which we have chosen two that clearly show the building's historic features.
Thank you to James Barry for the images.