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Date Listed: 22 February 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 159874
OS Grid Reference: TL3254828501
OS Grid Coordinates: 532548, 228501
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9392, -0.0732
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TL 32 NW COTTERED SPRING LANE
(formerly listed under General)
House. Early C16 open hall house, altered in C17, restored in
1950s. Timber frame on brick sill, roughcast with
weatherboarding to lower part of W gable and steep thatched
roof,half-hipped at W,with eaves stepping down from E to W at
rear. A one and a half storeys, T-plan house facing N with a
projecting 2-storeys, jettied E crosswing. Dramatically
picturesque aspect from lane to W. Large central chimney with 2
diagonal shafts a third from W end, with lobby entrance. E wing
has 2 rooms entered by twin doors from screens passage, one with
4-centred head, and stair at rear. Late C17 W bay of 2 storeys
added with chimney also serving hall. Floor in hall inserted on
moulded axial beam. C18 bread oven added to N end room (probably
kitchen). N front has 3 brackets to the jetty of the E wing, and
2 dormers at the eaves flanking the door. 3-light flush casement
window to left of door. 3 small flush casement windows with small
panes to rear (S), and door opposite the chimney. Hall fireplace
has splayed rear corners. Reversed curved bracing in E wing.
Crown-post roof with struts to collar purlin. An impressive and
picturesque late medieval house. (RCHM Typescript).
Listing NGR: TL3254628500
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