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The Old Cottage

A Grade II Listed Building in Crigglestone, Wakefield

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.6353 / 53°38'7"N

Longitude: -1.5144 / 1°30'51"W

OS Eastings: 432206

OS Northings: 415533

OS Grid: SE322155

Mapcode National: GBR KVVD.YK

Mapcode Global: WHCB5.QW1G

Entry Name: The Old Cottage

Listing Date: 22 November 1966

Last Amended: 27 August 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1199901

English Heritage Legacy ID: 342322

Location: Crigglestone, Wakefield, WF4

County: Wakefield

Civil Parish: Crigglestone

Built-Up Area: Wakefield

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Chapelthorpe St James

Church of England Diocese: Leeds

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Listing Text

SE31NW CRIGGLESTONE STONEY LANE
(north side),
Chapelthorpe

2/19 No 2 (The Old Cottage)
22.11.66 (formerly listed as
Nos 2 and 4
(Boyne Hill Cottages))

II
House, now subdivided into 2 dwellings. Early C16 timber-framed hall encased
in stone mid C18 and C19 with mid-late C17 cross-wings. Large dressed stone
to east wing, smaller hammer-dressed stone to west wing and hall range, stone
slate roofs. 2 storeys. Hall and cross-wings plan, H-shaped. Wings each have
weathered plinth and moulded dripcourse, doorway with composite jambs and
chamfered surround to one side of 5-light double-chamfered mullioned window
with almost square reveals and 4-light window above with hoodmould. Coped
gables with kneelers and stone bases for apex finials (now gone). Hall range
has central doorway altered to window with, to either side on both floors, a
window with slightly recessed mullions and raised surrounds, those to ground
floor lacking mullions. Wings have lateral external stacks, that to right
with brick chimney. C20 brick stack at junction between hall and west wing.
Rear: east wing has 2 bays of small double-chamfered windows: single lights to
ground floor with 2-light window and single light to 1st floor. West wing has
2 bays of C20 chamfered lights to each floor. Disturbed stonework to hall range
to which has attached single-storey outbuilding at right angles (not of special
interest).

Interior: 2 1/2-bay hall of post-and-truss construction has rear close-studded wall
braced to wall-plate. Posts with jowelled heads support king-post trusses
without struts, braced to square-set ridge; single trenched purlins support
rafters of large scantling. The ridge stops short at the east end and there is
other evidence for the former existence of a fire-hood. East wing has king-post
truss with 8 vertical struts and another truss without struts buried in the front
gable wall straight-braced to ridge.

A rare survival in this region.
RCHM (England) report.

Listing NGR: SE3220615533

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

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