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Description: The Cottage
Date Listed: 8 July 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 217539
OS Grid Reference: SO9934384716
OS Grid Coordinates: 399343, 284716
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4604, -2.0111
5104 Hockley B18
SO 98 SE 10/1
Apparently C18 but probably C17 in origin and certainly altered. Timberframed;
rendered brick; stone tile roof. Two storeys; 2 bays. Ground moor with 2-
and 2-light windows. First floor with two 5-light windows. All windows with stone
mullions and surrounds. Brick dentil frieze. To the left a single-storeyed
extension with door and a 2-light mullioned window to the hall. Inside, the hall
has panelling said to come from Witley Court; it includes some perhaps of the C17
and some of the C19 and incorporates the initials H H and the date 1888 and a
shield of arms with the motto 'Honor virtutis Praemium'. In a modern extension at
the back, three C18 windows with intersecting Y-tracery in iron said to come from
Quinton toll house.
Listing NGR: SO9934384716
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Source: English Heritage
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