Description: Pebble Cottages
Date Listed: 18 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 191316
OS Grid Reference: SP6670985651
OS Grid Coordinates: 466709, 285651
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4647, -1.0195
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SP68 NE HOTHORPE ROAD (West Side)
5/95 Numbers 1 to 6 Pebble
Row of 6 dwellings, in terrace of back to back construction. Circa 1830.
Cobblestone construction with brick dressings and welsh slate roof. Each
cottage is of one and a half units and 3 storeyed, with plank doorway flanked by
casement windows of 1 and 2 lights to ground and first floors, and a single
2-light casement to attic. Openings have brick quoins and cambered heads
(flat timber lintels to attic window) and there are also brick dentilled eaves
and angle quoins. Axial stacks. Reputedly built by the Hothorpe Estate to
house silk hat makers, the workshops being in the attics.
Listing NGR: SP6670985651
Source: English Heritage
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