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Description: End Cottage
Date Listed: 16 August 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 184782
OS Grid Reference: SD3578739580
OS Grid Coordinates: 335787, 439580
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8485, -2.9775
SD 33 NE POULTON-LE-FYLDE LITTLE POULTON LANE
4/5 No. 28 (Old Farm) and
No. 30 (End Cottage)
Farmhouse, dated 1723, now house and cottage as separate properties. Brick,
whitewashed, slate roof. Originally 3 unit baffle-entry plan, with gable
chimney stack to left and axial chimney stack between 2nd and 3rd bays, the
third bay now incorporated in No. 30 adjoining. 2 storeys. Door with wooden
canopy on right side of No. 28; 2 casement windows on each floor, all with
glazing bars, stone sills and slightly arched brick heads; all now have
wooden shutters. Square datestone over door, lettered P , said to be
the initials of Henry Porter (J. Porter, History of the Fylde, 1876, p.215).
Rear wall contains, inter alia, a 3-light stair window with wooden mullions.
Interior: baffle-entry (former opening to 3rd bay now blocked), heck with
glazed peephole; house part has 2 chamfered and stopped bridging beams, wide
hearth with crude bressumer of light scantling, dog-leg staircase against
rear wall. No. 30 included in item because bay adjoining has bridging beams
matching those of No. 28, with scarf-joints near chimney breast indicating
former hearth bressumer; and internal window in what was once an outer gable
Listing NGR: SD3578739580
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Source: English Heritage
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