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Description: Hollytree Cottage and Front Garden Wall
Date Listed: 4 July 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 134800
OS Grid Reference: SP0736935446
OS Grid Coordinates: 407369, 235446
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0174, -1.8940
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BUCKLAND LAVERTON VILLAGE
10/19 Hollytree Cottage and front garden
wall (formerly listed as Laverton
4.7.60 House Farmhouse)
Formerly farmhouse, now house. Shown as Laverton House Farm on
O.S. map. C17, C18, altered late C20.
Coursed, roughly squared stone: to right door in main wing
alternate thick and thin courses; ashlar garden wall; Welsh slate
roof. Two-window front, cross wing, one room deep, 1 1/2 storeys. To
road, 3-light mullioned window with hoodmould, iron opening light:
boarded door, moulded arris to frame, flat Tudor arch, deep stone
lintel, hoodmould. Four-light window to right, hoodmould.
Stonework changes shortly before corner, projecting gable to cross
wing, 3-light casement, iron opening light. Above 2 gabled dormers
main wing, 3-light casements; 2-light C20 metal window in cross
wing, parapet gable over. Main block chimney on left gable and to
right front door, both on ridge and rebuilt late C20 in artificial
stone. Stump of chimney on ridge of cross wing, and from eaves on
right return. Lower wing on left and extension behind crosswing
not of special interest. Garden wall sits forward at left end
house, runs up to gate opposite door, thence to corner of cross
wing; stone coping.
(W.G. Davie & E.G. Dawber, Old Cottages and Farmhouses in the
Cotswold District, 1904, pl 43 with incorrect address)
Listing NGR: SP0736935446
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Source: English Heritage
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