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Description: Wayside with Stable and Wall
Date Listed: 15 March 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 189058
OS Grid Reference: SK5491908599
OS Grid Coordinates: 454919, 308599
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6723, -1.1892
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ANSTEY CHURCH LANE (South side)
SK 50 NW
No. 2 (Wayside) with stable
Cottage of c 1800. Painted red brick and slate rubble stone part rendered
with Swithland slate roof and 3 brick end stacks. L plan, wing now
entrance adjoining street. Original front to left adjoins churchyard.
2 storeys, original front of a 3-light horizontal sliding sash both floors
either side of blocked door with similar 2-light over. Cambered lintels
and stone sills. Street side has door with renewed C20 window left
and same to right with 3-light horizontal sliding sash over. A C19
granite and slate rubble stone and red brick stable adjoins cottage and
churchyard. Swithland slate roof. Doors and door with rounded arched
lintel and 2 casements over face rear yard. Stone sills. 1 2-light
casement to churchyard. Surrounding 2 sides of yard a granite and
slate rubble stone wall with stone coping and 2 end piers.
Listing NGR: SK5491908599
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Source: English Heritage
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