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Little Fleece, Painswick

Description: Little Fleece

Grade: II
Date Listed: 21 October 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 133211

OS Grid Reference: SO8677909797
OS Grid Coordinates: 386779, 209797
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7867, -2.1931

Location: Bisley Street, Painswick, Gloucestershire GL6 6QQ

Locality: Painswick
Local Authority: Stroud District Council
County: Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: GL6 6QQ

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Listing Text

SO 8609/8709 (part of)
8/35 Little Fleece
House in row. c16 or C17; restored 1942 by Sir George Oatley. Cut squared
limestone, stone slate roof. Set gable-end to the street, with entrance to left
in fabric of adjoining property (Old Fleece, qv); C19 back wing. Two storeys,
attic and cellar, 3 windows. At ground floor and first floor three 2-light
set-back chamfer mullion casements, and in gable a 3-light similar, all set to
individual stopped drips; low right, set in the plinth, a 2-light wood casement
with bars to basement. Also, far right a small single light stair window
opposite the gable stack. Left, beyond the principal roof-line, a C20 flush
panelled door, in a bolection mould surround and under a stopped drip: this
gives to a cross passage which has a 4-centred opening at the far end. The
central ground floor window seemed to replace a one-time door. Coped gable to
street and right, with large stack. The back wall includes a 2-light casement
with a central double mullion, also, left a wide chamfered square opening.
Interior has stone vaulted cellar (not inspected); right end of ground floor has
very wide inglenook firs with extremely flat 4-centre arch hollow chamfer lintel
set to solid stone cheeks, above is a smaller hollow chamfered square opening
fire, and a further stone cheeked fireplace to wood bressummer. There are
various chamfer-stopped beams. Roof structure appears to be Oakley's work, and
the staircase is of C20. The ground floor used as a shop by the National Trust.

Listing NGR: SO8677909797

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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