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Description: Ringtree House
Date Listed: 20 October 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 102356
OS Grid Reference: ST7366517590
OS Grid Coordinates: 373665, 117590
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9571, -2.3763
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ST 7317 STALBRIDGE THE RING
7/42 Ringtree House,(Nos 1 and 2)
Probably part of the old workhouse, (from the evidence of the 1839 tithemap). Now
cottages, c1760. Coursed rubble walls with tiled roof and end stone stacks.
2 storeys and attic, single pile. Facade to Green is irregular. All ground
floor openings under segmental arches. Variety of windows. That to left on
ground floor has iron casement with leaded-lights. Single upper floor window
has wooden lintel. Southern facade has dormer windows to attic. Internally
no. 2 has shallow chamfered beams with stops. The workhouse
was rebuilt at the expense of the parish after a fire in December 1759 and
subsequently let as a silk manufactory. John Hutchins, 'The History and
Antiquities of the County of Dorset' third ed. 1868, reprint by EP, 1973,
Vol iii, p682.
Listing NGR: ST7366517590
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Source: English Heritage
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