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Description: Pest Cottage
Date Listed: 1 June 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 189253
OS Grid Reference: SK5373314963
OS Grid Coordinates: 453733, 314963
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7296, -1.2057
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WOODHOUSE SCHOOL LANE (North side)
SK 51 SW
3/195 Nos. 26 & 28
2 cottages, probably built as 1, of C16/C17. Timber framing of 2½ bays
with whitewashed brick nogging and thatch roof with central ridge and left
end stacks. 1½ storeys with 2 3-light eyebrow dormers. On ground
floor from left a 2-light casement, thatched porch with door, a further
2-light casement, a 3-light sliding sash, thatched porch with door and
3-light sliding sash. On left end C20 1 storey extension with Swithland
slate and garage with thatched roof. On right end a thatched outshut
with stone stack and 2-light casement over. Home of Thomas Rawlins,
refugee from Great Plague, and founder of Rawlins School.
Listing NGR: SK5373314963
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Source: English Heritage
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