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Hatcliffe Mill, Ashby cum Fenby

Description: Hatcliffe Mill

Grade: II
Date Listed: 18 June 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 164388

OS Grid Reference: TA2293502429
OS Grid Coordinates: 522935, 402429
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5042, -0.1479

Location: A18, Hatcliffe, North East Lincolnshire DN37 0SG

Locality: Ashby cum Fenby
County: North East Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: DN37 0SG

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Listing Text


(west side, off)

6/22 Hatcliffe Mill

- II

Watermill. Datestone inscribed T ; with late C19 - C20 shed over wheel
and adjoining C20 engine house. Colourwashed brick, with ashlar wheel
mounting and dressings to mill race. Yorkshire flagstone roof to millhouse,
slate roof over wheel-shed, pantile roof to engine house. Iron and timber
wheel and sluice fittings. L-shaped on plan, built into valleyside; main
north-south range with first floor entrance to south gable end, wheel to
rear and outshut to right with ground floor entrance to right return;
2 storeys with attic, 3-bay entrance front with outshut to right. South
front: board door beneath segmental brick arch with datestone above, flanked
by single 2-light casements beneath segmental arches. Lower single-light
window and ground-floor 2-light wooden mullioned window to right.
Shouldered round-headed window to attic. All windows with C20 glazing in
original openings. Graduated flagged roof, probably unique in Lincolnshire/
South Humberside. East side: board stable door with 4-pane overlight
beneath segmental brick arch, blocked opening to right. West side: single
ground floor window, 3-light first floor casement, stepped eaves. North
side of main range, above wheel, has pair of 2-light first floor casements
and shouldered round-headed window similar to front. Over-shot wheel with
iron frame and wooden blades. Interior. Stone-flagged ground floor; upper
floors are at lower level in outshut. Iron pulley-drive wheels to ground
floor. Chamfered ceiling beams and queen-strut, staggered butt-purlin roof
with ridge-piece supported on small, shaped king-struts; the flagstone tiles
are secured by bone pegs. A good and early example of a building type rare
in the Humberside - Lincolnshire region, notable for the quality of design
and workmanship, and flagstone roof. Disused and partly in decay at time of

Listing NGR: TA2293502429

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Source: English Heritage

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