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Mill Farmhouse, Adjoining Mill and Stable Block, Heather

Description: Mill Farmhouse, Adjoining Mill and Stable Block

Grade: II
Date Listed: 14 October 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 187788

OS Grid Reference: SK3950810649
OS Grid Coordinates: 439508, 310649
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6921, -1.4169

Location: Mill Lane, Heather, Leicestershire LE67 2QE

Locality: Heather
Local Authority: North West Leicestershire District Council
County: Leicestershire
Country: England
Postcode: LE67 2QE

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Listing Text

14.10.82 Mill Farmhouse, adjoining
Mill and stable block.


Farmhouse and mill building. House mid C18, adjoining house at right-
angles, probably later. House rough cast over brick. 2 storeys. 2 unit
plan with opposed entries away from central stack. 6-panel door with small
projecting wood pediment on brackets. Triple light casements with segmental
heads to ground floor, horizontal sliding sashes above. Inside, ingle-nook
type fireplace with moulded bressummer. Internal doors (2-panel with brass
fittings) look original. Small 2 storey wing behind, built into bank, and
to left a lower adjoining stable block with central doorway and loft opening
Mill is of Flemish bond brickwork, largely obscurred by ivy. 2 openings with
brick arched heads visible in gable, others on South elevation.
Remains on mill pond and sluice visible behind house - layout suggests an
overshot mill.

Listing NGR: SK3950810649

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Source: English Heritage

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