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Description: 1 and 2 Oast Cottages and Outbuilding Attached to North West
Date Listed: 26 November 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 178408
OS Grid Reference: TR3124356820
OS Grid Coordinates: 631243, 156820
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2636, 1.3132
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TR 35 NW WOODNESBOROUGH GROVE ROAD
6/376 1 and 2 Oast Cottages
attached to north west
House, sometime farm building. Early C18 and extended mid C19. Red
brick and plain tiled roof extended with yellow brick and slate roof.
Two storeys and attic with brick dentil eaves to hipped roof with
3 hipped dormers and stack to rear right. Loft door with hoist to
left and 4 wooden casements on first floor, and on ground floor, 2
blocked segmentally headed openings, one to right with gauged head and
1 wooden casement and boarded doors to left and centre with rectangular
fanlights. Buttressed (C19) apse-ended extension to left, possibly a
wheel house, with C19 wing to rear. Possibly the manor house,
mentioned by Hasted as ruinous but useable, adjacent to medieval moated
site. (See Hasted x 1130).
Listing NGR: TR3124356820
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Source: English Heritage
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