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Number 3 and Adjoining Outbuilding, Frisby on the Wreake

Description: Number 3 and Adjoining Outbuilding

Grade: II
Date Listed: 24 July 1992
English Heritage Building ID: 189934

OS Grid Reference: SK6944417686
OS Grid Coordinates: 469444, 317686
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7523, -0.9725

Location: Main Street, Frisby and Kirby, Leicestershire LE14 2NJ

Locality: Frisby on the Wreake
Local Authority: Melton Borough Council
County: Leicestershire
Country: England
Postcode: LE14 2NJ

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Listing Text

(north side)
15/61 No.3 and adjoining outbuilding


Cottage and adjoining outbuilding. Early C18 and early C19, with late Cl9 additions and alterations. Arch-braced timber framing, with brick nogging, and brick, whitewashed. Slate and pantile roofs. Rendered rubble plinths. Single gable, .ridge and lateral brick stacks. 3 bay front with single bay outbuilding. 2 storeys plus garrats. L-plan. Front has slightly off-centre C19 panelled door, flanked by single 3 light sliding sashes. Beyond, to left, 2 blocked openings. Beyond, to right, set back addition, with C19 door and casement with segmental heads. Above, front has 2 two light sliding sashes flanked to left by a 2 light sliding sash and to right by an altered 3 light leaded casement. Beyond to right, late C19 casement with segmental head. North gable has door to left. South gable has a blocked opening to first floor and to garret. Beyond to right, single storey shed with garage opening and to its right, a panelled door.

Listing NGR: SK6944417686

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Source: English Heritage

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