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Description: The Marsh Moor Cottage, Adjacent to Common Farm Cottage
Date Listed: 25 November 1986
Date Delisted: 09 July 2002
English Heritage Building ID: 143908
OS Grid Reference: SU1071415172
OS Grid Coordinates: 410714, 115172
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9359, -1.8489
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The following building was de-listed on 9th July 2002.
1830/5/88A SOUTH END
25-NOV-86 THE MARSH MOOR COTTAGE, ADJACENT TO CO
MMON FARM COTTAGE
SU 11 NW DAMERHAM SOUTH END
5/87 The Marsh
25.11.86 Moor Cottage, adjacent
to Common Farm Cottage
Former squatter's or farm labourer's cottage adapted from an earlier
agricultural building, either barn or more likely granary. North part
early Cl7, south part late C18. North part has an exposed oak frame with
stretcher bond infill. South part is mainly brick but the front elevation
has 3 horizontal bonds of flint with brick lacing courses. Roof half
hipped at one end, formerly thatched but now covered in corrugated iron
sheeting with end brick chimney stacks. 2 bay end chimneystack cottage of
1 storey and attics. West elevation has one 3-light wooden mullioned window
in brick surround and doorcase with single wooden architrave and plank door.
First elevation has eyebrow dormer, originally of 3-light mullions, with
the left hand mullion still in position. South elevation has blocked in
doorcase in header bond. North elevation has exposed oak frame square panels
with jawled posts and diagonal tension braces on brick plinth. Interior
contains C18 wooden 1/2 winder staircase to north part, wattle and daub
infilling panels to internal partition: with hazel tings and line/hair plaster,
large brick fireplace in south end wall with remains of brick arch to now
demolished exterior bread oven. North attic has lath and plaster ceiling on
pole rafters. South attic also lath and plasters.
Listing NGR: SU1071415172
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Source: English Heritage
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