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43 and 44, Hatherop

Description: 43 and 44

Grade: II
Date Listed: 4 July 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 128926

OS Grid Reference: SP1521204467
OS Grid Coordinates: 415212, 204467
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7387, -1.7811

Location: Hatherop, Gloucestershire GL7 5DD

Locality: Hatherop
Local Authority: Cotswold District Council
County: Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: GL7 5DD

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Listing Text


5/81 Nos 43 and 44


Pair of cottages. Originally one probably of late C17, enlarged
to two in early C19. Random coursed rubble stone, stone slate
roof, 2 stone ridge stacks and one end stack to far left. Single
range, single storey and attic. No 43 is original cottage with
small attic gable to left and former end stack to right with newel
stair lit by small single light. Central boarded door in plain
wood surround, with projecting gabled porch probably of time of
extension for No 44, into main room with additional small room to
left with 2-light wood casement with timber lintel as in attic
gable above, both with slate sills. Enlarged carefully in same
style for No 44 with attic gable to right, two 2-light wood
casements on ground floor and similar porch on left-hand side with
door at front of porch rather than flush with wall. The 2 attic
gables and porch gables all in same design with triangular timber
frame exposed. Additional small single storey wing on left of No
43 with 2-light wood casement and end stone stack.

Listing NGR: SP1521204467

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Source: English Heritage

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