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Description: Julia Cottage
Date Listed: 7 August 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 271044
OS Grid Reference: ST2114118824
OS Grid Coordinates: 321141, 118824
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9634, -3.1243
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10/97 Julia Cottage
Cottage. Probably C16, restoration dated 1837, refenestrated late C20. Roughcast, slate
hung south gable end, double Roman tiled roof, half-hipped south gable end, pair of
abutting roughcast stacks above entrance, one set below apex of roof. Plan: possibly
gable entry 2-cell, enlarged one room left forming lobby entry, outshot at rear
extended north as simple storey range linking Old School House(qv).One and a half storeys,
1:2 bays, all late C20 metal windows of poor, unsympathetic design, C20 door between
first and second bays left, Hall stone plaque above inscribed "Julia Cottage 1837".
Interior not accessible at time of survey, but thought to contain features of interest.
1837 was the date that Mrs Welman built the chapel (qv) and school house to the north.
Julia Cottage, possibly named after one of her step-daughters, was perhaps the Manse
or school master's house.
Listing NGR: ST2114118824
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Source: English Heritage
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