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Church Farmhouse and Attached Outbuildings, Cotterstock

Description: Church Farmhouse and Attached Outbuildings

Grade: II
Date Listed: 23 May 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 232602

OS Grid Reference: TL0492490568
OS Grid Coordinates: 504924, 290568
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5029, -0.4557

Location: Cotterstock, Northamptonshire PE8 5HH

Locality: Cotterstock
Local Authority: East Northamptonshire District Council
County: Northamptonshire
Country: England
Postcode: PE8 5HH

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Listing Text

TL0490 (East side)
17/47 Church Farmhouse and attached
23/05/67 outbuildings
(Formerly listed as Church or
Manor Farmhouse)

Farmhouse. C14 origins, mainly C17 and C18, part rebuilt C19. Squared coursed
limestone with Colleyweston slate and pantile roofs. Original plan
indeterminate, now 4 units, 3 storeys. 4-window range. 2 bays to right have
leaded casements, under wood lintels, to ground floor and first floor right of
centre. 4-light, ovolo-moulded, stone mullion window to first floor far right. 2
bays to left have various sized C19 casement windows, with chamfered stone
surrounds, to ground, first and second floors. C19 plank door to left of centre
has similar surround. Stone ridge and end stacks with moulded cornices. 2 bays
to left probably rebuilt C19. Right gable has a 3-light stone mullion window,
now blocked. Rear elevation has irregular 4-window range of C19 casements, some
with glazing bars, under wood lintels. Part-glazed door, to right of centre, is
also under wood lintel. There is a slight change of plane from a point to the
left of centre. C19 single-storey outbuildings have lean-to pantile roof which
abuts retaining wall linking with Church of St. Andrews (q.v.). Interior of
house not inspected but retaining wall said to have blocked openings; probably
of medieval origin. Probably incorporates domestic buildings of Chantry College
founded by John Gifford in 1338 and attached to the Church of St. Andrew.
(RCHM: An Inventory of Architectural Monuments in North Northamptonshire: p43)

Listing NGR: TL0492490568

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Source: English Heritage

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