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Latitude: 52.5743 / 52°34'27"N
Longitude: -2.7542 / 2°45'14"W
OS Eastings: 348987
OS Northings: 297648
OS Grid: SO489976
Mapcode National: GBR BJ.BW3C
Mapcode Global: WH8CD.NKPC
Entry Name: Penkridge Hall Cottage
Listing Date: 7 April 1986
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1177250
English Heritage Legacy ID: 259594
Location: Leebotwood, Shropshire, SY6
Civil Parish: Leebotwood
Traditional County: Shropshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Shropshire
Church of England Parish: Cardington
Church of England Diocese: Hereford
SO 49 NE LEEBOTWOOD C.P. -
4/53 Penkridge Hall
Cottage. Early to mid-C17 with C18 and late C19 alterations and additions.
Timber framed with plastered infill panels, partly rebuilt in uncoursed
grey sandstone rubble and red brick; plain tile roof. 2 framed bays.
Framing: square panels (3 from sole plate to wall plate) with long
straight tension braces. One storey and gable-lit attic. Integral
brick end stack to left. 2-window front; C20 small-paned wooden casements,
3-light to left and 2-light to right. Roughly central C20 stable-
type door with side-light to left. Exposed collar and tie-beam truss
with queen struts and v-struts in left-hand gable end. Probably C19
one-storey uncoursed sandstone rubble addition to left with French
casements in gable end. Interior: open fireplace with chamfered stone
reveals and chamfered wooden lintel. Square-panelled timber framed
cross walls; central collar and tie-beam truss with queen struts and
v-struts; staggered purlins. It has been suggested that this cottage
might formerly have been an external kitchen block to Penkridge -Hall
(q.v.) close by.
Listing NGR: SO4898797648
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