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Date Listed: 25 August 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 129986
OS Grid Reference: SP1115123410
OS Grid Coordinates: 411151, 223410
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9091, -1.8393
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c.1650-1700, probably originally 2 cottages, now one. Rubble built with Cotswold
stone roofs. T-plan with large (stunted) T-plan chimney at join. 2 storeys,
partly with attics. 2-light mullioned windows with drips, few original. East
front has one and half storey 3 bay wing to left with gabled half-dormers and
gabled 2½ storey break to right. Short gabled wing to north with scullery lean-
to, the former has a mid-C19 2 light lancet opening. West front has gabled block
to left hand (north) with modern porch and 3 bay block to right; latter has
gabled half-dormers and 3 light mullioned windows with drips on ground floor;
there is a large modern buttress to this wing.
Listing NGR: SP1115123410
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Source: English Heritage
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