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Description: 18, the Green
Date Listed: 14 June 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 187352
OS Grid Reference: SK9252411098
OS Grid Coordinates: 492524, 311098
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6897, -0.6325
SK 9211 - 9311 EXTON THE GREEN (east side)
5/67 No. 18
(Formerly listed as:
14.6.54 "Tudor Cottage")
Small house, probably,late C18 or early C19, though incorporating earlier
architectural fragments possibly taken from the Church. A long range,
of coursed square rubble with stone tiled roof. 1½ storeys, with single
dormer. Basically a 3 unit plan, with 2 3-light mullioned windows left
of doorway, and a single 2-light window right of it. 1 gable and 1 axial.
stack, both polygonal, moulded stone. Western gable contains 2 blank
2-centred arches to ground floor, with quoins and hollow chamfered hood
moulds. Above these, and in the gable itself, is a large blank arched
recess with hoodmould, possibly a C19 copy. In the back wall of the
house, are 2 round arched window openings, with roll moulding and nail
head decoration. One appears to be a genuine architectural fragment,
the other a C19 copy. This building served as an infants school during
Listing NGR: SK9252411098
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Source: English Heritage
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