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Description: Eggars Cottages
Date Listed: 15 August 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 142126
OS Grid Reference: SU7750942569
OS Grid Coordinates: 477509, 142569
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1771, -0.8926
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SU 74 SE BINSTED ISINGTON
Nos 1 & 2
4/50 Eggars Cottages
Two cottages, formerly one unit. C15, early and mid C19. Painted brick, with
a tile roof. Late medieval timber 4-bay frame, with alterations and outshots
of the mid C19; front (north) of 2 storeys, 3 windows. Steep hipped roof, ext-
ended at each end to lower eaves above the outshots, catslide at rear with 3
gabled dormers, 3 steep gablets at the front above the upper windows; shafted
stack. Massive exposed framing, with painted brick infill, plinth, east outshot
boarded, the west of painted brickwork. Casements, Victorian coupled lights to
the 1st floor, different C20 windows to the ground-floor. ½-timbered gabled wide
porch (off centre) with entrances at each side, of mid C19 Tudor style. The
interior structure indicates the original form as a 2 bay hall, with a smoke bay
at the west end. Manorial roll suggests construction between 1492 and 1514, by
Listing NGR: SU7764242569
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