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Description: Former Laundry, Adjoining Outbuilding, Boundary Wall and Gatepiers to North of Cold Overton Hall
Date Listed: 7 January 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 189861
OS Grid Reference: SK8100210115
OS Grid Coordinates: 481002, 310115
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6827, -0.8032
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SK 81 SW KNOSSINGTON MAIN STREET
11/104 Former laundry,
wall and gate piers
to north of Cold
Former laundry, now a house, adjoining outbuilding, boundary
wall and gatepiers. Mid C17, late C18, mid C19 and early C20.
Coursed and squared ironstone and limestone with ashlar dressings
and half-hipped Collyweston slate and pantile roofs. Single
grouped lateral and external corner coped stone stacks. 2
storeys plus attics, 3 bays. South end has a central panelled
C20 door. Above, to left, a chamfered stair light. Above again,
a central 3 light mullioned casement with moulded mullions. East
side has, to right, a casement. Above, 3 C19 wooden mullioned
casements, 3 lights with wooden lintels. Above again, a slate
hung gabled dormer with a 2 light casement. Beyond, to left,
moulded coped boundary wall with a range of C20 sheds under a
wooden canopy. North side has a square hatch and above it, a
large opening with closely set wooden diamond mullions, and
shutters. Above again, a 3 light mullioned casement. Beyond, to
left, a boundary wall with a chamfered stone doorway. Beyond, a
lean-to outbuilding with a door to right. Beyond again 2 late
C18 square rusticated gatepiers with ball finials, overthrow with
central lamp, and iron gates. Interior has a notable stone
spiral staircase. This building forms part of the original
outbuildings to Cold Overton Hall.
Listing NGR: SK8100210115
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Source: English Heritage
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