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Grange Cottages

A Grade II Listed Building in Condover, Shropshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.6266 / 52°37'35"N

Longitude: -2.757 / 2°45'25"W

OS Eastings: 348858

OS Northings: 303476

OS Grid: SJ488034

Mapcode National: GBR BJ.7MXN

Mapcode Global: WH8C6.M7CP

Entry Name: Grange Cottages

Listing Date: 29 April 1985

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1055676

English Heritage Legacy ID: 259409

Location: Condover, Shropshire, SY5

County: Shropshire

Civil Parish: Condover

Traditional County: Shropshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Shropshire

Church of England Parish: Condover

Church of England Diocese: Hereford

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Listing Text

SJ 40 SE CONDOVER C.P. GREAT RYTON

9/107 Nos.1 and 2, Grange
- Cottages
29.4.85
GV II

Open hall house, now divided into 2 cottages. Probably C14, re-modelled
late C15/early C16 with later additions and alterations. No.2 is timber
framed with red brick infill but No.1 (also probably timber framed
internally) is clad in painted C18 brick, plain tile roofs. T-plan; hall
of 21 framed bays (No.2) with 2-bay cross-wing (formerly part-jettied)
attached at right-angles to east end. One storey and attic to hall range
with 2 storeys and continuous floor band to cross-wing; framing (to No.2):
square panels, 2 from cill to wall-plate, in process of restoration at time
of re-survey (1985); moulded bressumer on north gable of No.1 shows that
this part of the house was formerly jettied; irregular fenestration; 4
late C20 gabled dormers in roof slope to south side of No.2 with 2 late C19
casements on ground floor-to left; late C20 opening knocked through frame
to right of centre; north side has 2 gabled eaves dormers with C20 gabled
brick porch below that on right; blocked doorway to left in angle with No.1,
red brick ridge stack directly above; end stack to right. No.1 has one
late C19 casement with segmental head to right on ground floor with a late
C20 fixed-light-window above boarded door to left of centre, gabled dormer
in roof slope to right. Interior: No.2 has richly moulded cross-beam
ceiling with run-out stops (probably early C16) on ground floor; 2 true
cruck trusses with cambered collars, curved windbraces and Alcock apex types
A and F2 (one immediately to west of inserted stack, chamfered and arch-
braced), showing extensive signs of smoke blackening; the side face of the
north-east cruck blade on ground floor has been cut away and a carved,
moulded post (probably early C17) joined to it: No.1 not inspected but
noted as having a chamfered cross-beam ceiling to ground-floor north room
and a double-purlin roof (purlin ends exposed externally), the pitch of
which has been raised. Alcock, (1981), p.143.


Listing NGR: SJ4885803476

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