Description: Ivy Cottage
Date Listed: 16 September 1977
English Heritage Building ID: 272327
OS Grid Reference: SJ9160035446
OS Grid Coordinates: 391600, 335446
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9164, -2.1264
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STONE RURAL LONGTON ROAD
Ivy Mill and
SJ 93 NW 6/6 16.9.77.
Circa 1740 in origin. Later alterations and additions. The mill was first used
for linseed oil, later as a bone grinding mill, and latterly for stone grinding.
Formerly called Oil Mill and also Goodwin's Mill. Painted brick with tiled roof.
Approached by a bridge over the stream and entered on an upper storey through a
later plain doorway with a casement window at either side. At the rear is a pitch
back waterwheel 19 ft in diameter and 6 ft wide. Interior has 2 pans driven from
a common upright shaft, one on a floor above the other. Attached to south-west
is the wash tub room with, to west, the drying kiln, and to south is Ivy Cottage
proper,of painted brick with tiled roof and 3-storeyed. Irregular fenestration;
generally C19 wood casement windows; plain doorway with tiled wood porch and a
modern lean-to,partly tiled and partly glazed.
Listing NGR: SJ9160035446
Source: English Heritage
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