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Date Listed: 20 June 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 101990
OS Grid Reference: ST8582422770
OS Grid Coordinates: 385824, 122770
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0041, -2.2034
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No 50 (Edwardstowe East)
No 52 (Edwardstowe).
ST 8522 6/27
Converted cottage range incorporating some remains possibly dating from
the early C16 or before. These may have formed part of outlying Abbey
buildings, and include a stone arch on the garden side, remains of a stone
stair (disused) fireplace lintol and some stud and panel partitions. The
stone mullioned windows, mostly altered, originally had segmental or 3-centred
heads to lights. Of later date internally is a niche with shell head (circa
1690). There are recent additions by Gordon Hake, FRIBA, architect. The
front is a long, 2-storey, stone rubble range on a slight curve. Plaintile
roof. Some stone window frames remain, the others are moder casements
with leaded lights. 6 windows above, 8 below.
Listing NGR: ST8582422770
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Source: English Heritage
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