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Bradfords Cottage, Newent

Description: Bradfords Cottage

Grade: II
Date Listed: 18 October 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 125602

OS Grid Reference: SO7133325668
OS Grid Coordinates: 371333, 225668
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9288, -2.4183

Location: Bradfords Lane, Newent, Gloucestershire GL18 1QR

Locality: Newent
Local Authority: Forest of Dean District Council
County: Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: GL18 1QR

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Listing Text


3/70 Bradfords Cottage


House; early C17, extended late C17, C18 or C19; brick-nogged
timber-framing on low stone plinth, random rubble stone extension,
Sussex bond brickwork to back of right-hand end; thatch roof. Six
bays, 1 room deep, on slight curve; single storey, but second in
roof over 2 bays only. Garden front; on left stone extension,
pointed end with 4 light ovolo-moulded casement window, wall
forward of next bay, boarded door in return. Two light, small pane
casement, lowered with 1970's window inserted above: 2-light
similar to right, glazed door under lean-to glass roof on wooden
frame, c.1980. To right blocked doorway, 2-light casement window,
iron opening light; beyond slight angle in wall 4-pane window,
double boarded doors and wooden window. Large gable over front
door, 2-light casement with weatherboard over. Roof hipped on
left; brick chimney. Ridge lower on right 2 bays: gable at end.
Internally left extension round large stone chimney base with
semi-circular projection for oven. Stone jambs, timber lintel and
mantel shelf survive to fireplace. Originally 2-bay house with
upper floor, extended 1 bay on right; further 2-bay extension on
right for farm purposes, now garage; single bay extension left.
Front door and adjoining window reversed positions in 1970's.

Listing NGR: SO7133325668

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Source: English Heritage

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