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Description: Oriel Cottage
Date Listed: 13 November 1975
English Heritage Building ID: 137891
OS Grid Reference: SU8759756555
OS Grid Coordinates: 487597, 156555
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3014, -0.7449
SU 8756 4/64 13.11.75
Originated as a late medieval wood-framed building, but is mainly an
early C19 'Cottage Orne' in full-dress Tudor style. 2 storeys, projection at
rear, 2 storeyed porch on the front. Steep red tile roof with gables, plain
barge-boards on corner brackets; massive coupled diagonal chimney stacks on
rectangular base, which has recessed panel in middle stage.
Red brickwork with some blue headers mainly English bond; part of rist
floor half-timbered. Hoodmoulds, tiled weathering, and in one case a gabled
feature above window openings; one ground floor bay and a first floor oriel.
Porch has four centred arch in ground floor brick-work, with an upper stage in
close framing, topped by a gable jettied with barge boards. Casement
windows in recessed solid woodwork, with arched lights. Studded doors at
front and sides.
Listing NGR: SU8762456569
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Source: English Heritage
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