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Description: The Vineyard Cottage
Date Listed: 26 April 1993
English Heritage Building ID: 101087
OS Grid Reference: SX7907961941
OS Grid Coordinates: 279079, 61941
Latitude/Longitude: 50.4448, -3.7044
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DARTINGTON VINEYARD HILL
SX7861-SX7961 The Vineyard Cottage
Pair of attached cottages converted into one house. Mid C19 with C20
alterations and C20 extensions at rear. Roughcast stone rubble. Slate
roof with gabled ends. Roughcast gable end stacks, each with a pair of
tall diagonally set shafts and set offs.
Plan: Pair of attached single depth one room plan cottages, the adjoining
doorways of the centre stair hall when the cottages were converted into one
house in the C20 shallow service rooms were added at the back and a wing
added to the rear of the right-hand room in the late C20. Tudor Style.
Exterior: 2 storeys. Symmetrical 2:1:2 window range; the centre breaks
forward with a gable on corbelled 160, its recessed centre contains a pair
of deeply chamfered doorways with cambered arches and original ledged doors
with cover moulds, above is a small single light window in a moulded deeply
recessed embrasure. 2-light casements to left and right, ground floor with
ovolo-moulded frames and mullions, first floor chamfered frames and
mullions, all with diamond leaded panes and iron casements with original
hasp handle. The windows are in a deeply moulded embrasure, the ground
floor with hoodmoulds the first floor in small gables with corbelled .
Shallow C20 extensions at rear and long C20 wing at rear of right-hand
Interior: little of the original joinery survives; the stairs and roof
structure are C20.
Listing NGR: SX7907961941
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Source: English Heritage
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