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Description: Bourne Mill Cottage
Date Listed: 23 September 1974
English Heritage Building ID: 179448
OS Grid Reference: TQ6274850263
OS Grid Coordinates: 562748, 150263
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2284, 0.3295
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HADLOW CARPENTERS LAKE
TQ 65 SW
3/12 Bourne Mill Cottage
Former miller's house. It is said to have been originally a bakery attached
to the nearby mill. C18 origins, converted to a miller's house in the mid
C19, refurbished with studio addition circa 1974; white-washed brick; brick
stacks and chimneyshafts; slate roof to the main house, rest is peg-tile.
Plan: House faces south south east, say south. it has a 2-room plan, one
room each side of central entrance hall and staircase. If the left (west)
room was heated the stack is now disused. The right room has a rear lateral
stack which also serves the lean-to outshot that end. C20 studio addition on
right end built as a crosswing flush with the front and with an outer lateral
House is 2 storeys, the studio is single storey but built as high as the main
house, and outbuildings to right (east) now used as a garage.
Exterior: Main house as a symmetrical 3-window front. Each side are mid/late
C19 full height canted bay windows containing horned sashes, 12-panes to front
and 8-panes each side. First floor centre a rounded headed window with
glazing bars over the doorway which contains a C19 6-panel door behind a low
pitch gabled porch on plain posts. Low pitch roof is hipped both ends.
Studio front has full height round-headed window with glazing bars and roof is
hipped. Lower outbuilding to right has blind wall to front and hipped roof.
Interior: Not inspected.
Listing NGR: TQ6274850263
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Source: English Heritage
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