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Description: Bintry Mill Including Bridge and Millers House
Date Listed: 29 August 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 220663
OS Grid Reference: TF9994024205
OS Grid Coordinates: 599940, 324205
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7784, 0.9630
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TF 92 SE BINTREE MILL ROAD
4/11 Bintry Mill including
bridge and Miller's
Former watermill and miller's house. C18, thoroughly refurbished and enlarged
in late C19. Brick, colourwashed to rear and west; house facade rendered.
Pantiles to mill and French pantiles to house. The fossilized western gable
shows that the house and mill were contained originally within a single long
block of uniform height. In the late Cl9 the mill was re-faced, heightened
and widened to rear, whilst the house was re-roofed with a shallower pitch.
House of 2 storeys with attic. Facade of 4 sash windows with glazing bars
beneath slightly cambered arches. 2 late C19 gabled dormers with 2-light
casements and decorative barge boards. Chamfered dentil cornice. Gable-end
with fossilized tumbling-in and original front door of raised and fielded
panels and doorcase with pediment on consoles and a double raised keystone.
Early sash window above door with wide glazing bars. Slightly later outshut
to rear accommodated in C19 service wing. Mill of 4 storeys and 11 cast
iron casement windows. with small panes all beneath deep segmental arches
except at top floor. Tall entrances at ground and first floor levels. Gable-
end with fossilized C18 gable and weatherboarded lucam. Road bridge directly
to south, the water having passed beneath the mill. Single segmental vault
and parapet with moulded brick coping.
Listing NGR: TF9994024205
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Source: English Heritage
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