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Description: Church Cottage Approximately 100 Metres East of Church of Christ the Consoler
Date Listed: 29 October 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 331779
OS Grid Reference: SE3610367978
OS Grid Coordinates: 436103, 467978
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1064, -1.4493
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SE 36 NE NEWBY WITH MULWITH MAIN STREET
(west side, off)
2/22 Church Cottage
approximately 100 metres
east of Church of Christ
House. c1874, probably by William Burges for the estate of Lady Mary Vyner.
Coursed grey gritstone, grey slate roof, timber fittings. One storey with
attics, 2 bays, L-plan. Elevation of left bay set back under verandah below
the eaves of the main roof, a timber lintel carried by moulded brackets to
front. A small rectangular window and board door to left. Advanced gabled
bay to right with window composed of a row of 4 rectangular lights, with 2
smaller central lights above. A narrow lancet in the gable above a
chamfered band. Raked stone eaves. A huge tapering stack straddles the
ridge, centre, and has a cresting of crenellated form. Left return: a bay
window of 3 lights with flanking single lights, below hipped roof. Interior
not inspected in detail at resurvey; the ground-floor left room has a tall
narrow segmental-arched stone fireplace. The house stands on the south side
of the pathway from Skelton village to the Church of Christ the Consoler and
has the appearance of a lodge. Included for group value.
Listing NGR: SE3610367978
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Source: English Heritage
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