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Yew Tree Cottage
Date Listed: 24 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 146651
OS Grid Reference: SU6413724084
OS Grid Coordinates: 464137, 124084
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0126, -1.0871
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SU 6424 WEST MEON THE CROSS
15/10 Yew Tree Cottage, the Yews
Group of 'Tudor' cottages, forming an irregular short terrace. c1840. Stucco walls, plinth, hoodmoulds to some windows, chamfered openings. Slate roof, decorative scalloped bargeboard to Beaconsfield. South elevation of two storeys, 2.1:1.1 windows, the east end slightly-projected (being the south end gable to the east front of Beaconsfield). Coupled casements with pointed heads to Yew Tree and the Yews, Beaconsfield having a rectangular ground-floor bay at the west side and a two-storeyed splayed bay beneath the gable. The east elevation of Beaconsfield is symmetrical, of two storeys three windows, hoodmoulds and chamfered reveals, casements and a gabled porch with arched opening. Yew Tree has a gabled Tudor porch, the Yews has a Tudor-arched doorway set in a C20 half-glazed porch. Included for group value.
Listing NGR: SP6423514775
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