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Description: Lime Tree Cottage, and Barn Attached
Date Listed: 17 October 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 138515
OS Grid Reference: SU6442258857
OS Grid Coordinates: 464422, 158857
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3252, -1.0768
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SU 65 NW BRAMLEY THE STREET
Lime Tree Cottage,
and barn attached
C17, mainly mid C19. 'Romantic' small 2-storeyed cottage of 2 windows with a
symmetrical front (east). Tile roof, tapered end stacks. Lower walling of brickwork,
upper part and the 2 south gables are tile hung, with scalloped bands to the front.
Cast metal Tudor casements, with ground-floor bays with pent tile roof and cill
brackets. The porch has an open decorative timber front and perforated brick cheeks
with octagonal front. A narrow 2-storeyed gabled outshot extends on the north side and
within the angle is joined to a large hall like structure, having asbestos roofing
(with tiled catslide at the rear), tile hung walls with scalloped bands, 3 front bays
corresponding to those of the cottage. The north gable of the cottage has exposed
framing of the first date. Many of the mid C19 features, here treated in some
elaboration, are repeated in nearby'estate' cottages (unlisted).
Listing NGR: SU6441758854
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Source: English Heritage
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