Description: 35 and 36
Date Listed: 5 November 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 313731
OS Grid Reference: ST8255944835
OS Grid Coordinates: 382559, 144835
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2025, -2.2510
ST 84 SW
10/93 Nos 35 and 36
Two semi-detached cottages. Probably early C16, altered C17 and
C19. Painted rubble stone with brick dressings, hipped tiled roof
with brick stacks. L-plan; No 35 is 2-bay former open cruck
cottage, No 36 is C17 addition to south. Two-storey, 2-window
north front at right angles to road. C19 4-panelled door with
single C20 casement to right, 2-light casement to left in section
of wall only one skin thick, probably formerly timber-framed.
First floor has one 2-light. Right return has two single light
casements to ground floor and two 2-light casements to first floor
of No 35, No 36 has C20 door with gabled canopy, 2-light casement
to right and two 2-light casements to first floor. Left return of
No 35 has C20 conservatory, rear with 2-storey lean-to projection,
possible formerly for stairs.
Interior of No 35 has exposed full cruck with cambered collar and
yoke, closed by original wattle and daub panels, limited smoke-
blackening. C17 open fireplace with chamfered lintel with rounded
corners on brick jambs and chamfered beam with stepped stops in
former hall. Parlour has deeper chamfered beam; first floor of
this bay probably inserted earlier than in hall. No 36 has open
fireplace similar to one in No. 35, probably added as the kitchen
wing in C17.
(Unpublished records of Wiltshire Buildings Record).
Listing NGR: ST8255944835
Source: English Heritage
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