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Description: Brasenose Cottage
Date Listed: 22 May 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 234451
OS Grid Reference: SP4994142173
OS Grid Coordinates: 449941, 242173
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0757, -1.2727
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MIDDLETON CHENEY HIGH STREET
SP4942 (West side)
11/180 No.47 (Brasenose Cottage)
Pair of cottages, now one dwelling. C17 and C18. Uncoursed squared limestone and
ironstone, and uncoursed rubble. Left cottage has thatched roof; right cottage
has artificial stone slate roof. Brick stacks. Left cottage, C17, of three bays
and 2 storeys has C20 conservatory across 2 left bays forming porch. C20 doorway
in second bay from left with C20 window in left bay and original window in right
bay with 3-light iron casement and wood lintel. First-floor windows have C20
wood casements. Low one-storey projection to left with roof of main block
continued with wood lintel. 6-panel door and C20 lean-to porch, flanked by
windows with wood lintels and 3-light iron casements. Similar windows first
floor. Interior: Two blades of raised cruck exposed in C17 cottage.
Listing NGR: SP4994142173
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Source: English Heritage
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