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Description: Woodend Cottage
Date Listed: 11 June 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 134559
OS Grid Reference: SO8936535069
OS Grid Coordinates: 389365, 235069
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0139, -2.1564
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SO 83 NE TWYNING -
Detached house (possibly once divided into two). Early-mid C18.
Brick with sandstone quoins at ground floor level. Red tile roof
with brick stack. Rectangular plan. Two storeys and attic. Two-
windowed entrance front. Three-light steel casement to the ground
floor to the right of the C19 plank door within a heavy-pegged
frame. Two blocked windows to the first floor. Incomplete band
over first floor windows. Two-light casements to gable end facing
the lane. Windows to ground floor with blind segmental heads.
Bands over ground and first floor windows. Blocked segmental-
headed doorway at the centre of the opposite gable end. Plank door
within a segmental headed surround to the left. Blind segmental-
headed window to the first floor. Garret window with a soldier-
arched head. Large projecting stack from rear wall with a brick
shaft and an octagonal ashlar stack.
Interior; square-panelled timber framed partition walls. Flag
flooring. Small range set within a large open fireplace. Two
bread ovens set in wall to the left of the fireplace. Washing
copper in the adjoining room. Staircase from former kitchen is
probably a later insertion. Reused C17 panelling with nulling at
top at the base of the latter. Ceiling beams with moulded stops
set back from the wall. Original roof trusses with butt purlins.
Square-panelled timber-framed partition divides the two attic
Listing NGR: SO8936535069
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Source: English Heritage
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