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Description: Malthouse Cottages
Date Listed: 14 June 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 288473
OS Grid Reference: TQ0841747581
OS Grid Coordinates: 508417, 147581
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2171, -0.4490
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TQ 04 NE SHERE CP GOOSE GREEN
5/206 Nos 1, 2, 3 & 4
14.6.67 (Malthouse Cottages)
Former house and malthouse, now cottages. Mid C16, possible hall house to
centre with early C17 cross wings to ends. Timber framed, exposed first
floor centre with whitewashed render infill, underbuilt in sandstone rubble,
galleted with ironstone and dressed with blue and red brick. Galletted
sandstone and brick cladding to right, decorative framing exposed to left.
Plain tiled roofs with rendered gable to right. Two storeys with two and a
half framed bays to centre, three framed bays to cross wings. Massive
stack to left side, cut off, two diagonal stacks, one either side of front
and back of ridge to left of centre, two rear ridge stacks to right of
centre. Gabled bay to left with circular and semi-circular decorative
framing and cusping in gable. One casement window on each floor. Three
small first floor casements to centre, two on ground floor below. Two
first floor casements to right hand extension under projecting pentice hood
across the base of the gable. One casement window to ground floor. Ribbed
C20 door to right side of left hand cross wing (No. 4) part-glazed, ribbed
door to right of centre (No. 2) further door to right end (Maltings Cottages)
rear, slate hung first floor gable to right hand cross wing.
Interior: re-used timber to roof over centre, including gablet collar
construction, through purlin diminishing rafter construction and all principal
Listing NGR: TQ0841747581
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Source: English Heritage
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