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Dents Cottage and Railings to Street

A Grade II Listed Building in Winterton, North Lincolnshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.6539 / 53°39'14"N

Longitude: -0.5857 / 0°35'8"W

OS Eastings: 493569

OS Northings: 418420

OS Grid: SE935184

Mapcode National: GBR SVB5.ZX

Mapcode Global: WHGG0.ZF75

Entry Name: Dents Cottage and Railings to Street

Listing Date: 17 October 1985

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1319692

English Heritage Legacy ID: 442604

Location: Winterton, North Lincolnshire, DN15

County: North Lincolnshire

Civil Parish: Winterton

Built-Up Area: Winterton

Traditional County: Lincolnshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lincolnshire

Church of England Parish: Winterton All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Lincoln

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Listing Text

SE 9218-9318 WINTERTON PARK STREET
(south side)

9/69 No 92 (Dent's Cottage)
and railings to street


GV II


House, including railings to street. C18 or earlier, remodelled 1830-5 by
H.F. Lockwood of Hull for Joseph Dent. Rendered limestone rubble and brick
with sandstone ashlar dressings. Plain tile roof. Cast-iron railings to
street with ashlar piers. Plan: 2-rooms with opposed central lobby entries
and kitchen extension to east end. Gothick style. Garden Front to south,
facing the Park: 2 storeys, 3 bays; symmetrical, with single storey 2-bay
extension to right. Moulded plinth, stepped buttresses at angles and
flanking entrance bay. Enclosed porch has chamfered Tudor-arched entrance
with hoodmould, moulded dripstone and low stone-coped gabled roof. Part-
glazed pointed inner door with Gothick-style traceried panels and shields.
Boldly-carved Dent arms above with motto "Patentia et Perseverentia".
Recessed full-height window bays to either side with moulded reveals and
twin cinquefoiled lancet windows with glazing bars to each floor, separated
by foiled roundels bearing carved letters I D. Hoodmoulds over windows
with square flower moulding and curled stops linked to string course below
coped parapet which rises to a steep gable with carved finial over entrance
bay. Buttresses have pinnacles with gabled finials. Coped gables have
similar pinnacles rising from corbelled wall-shafts at gable-ends. Central
stack with 4 octagonal shafts. Extension to right has 3 casements, 2 in
chamfered reveals, door to right and low-pitched roof with tall central
octagonal chimney (former ornate chimney-top now stands in garden). Street
front details similar to Garden Front: plinth, buttresses, traceried-
panelled door in moulded arch and chamfered reveal with hoodmould, twin
ground floor lancets in reveals with hoodmoulds, similar first floor window
above entrance, stringcourse and parapet. Gothick-style railings flank
entrance and extend between chamfered ashlar posts across street front of
cottage. Interior not investigated. Joseph Dent, of Ribstone Hall, York,
had the cottage embellished and a tomb erected in the garden (q.v.) in
memory of his father Jonathan Dent, a Quaker and notable Winterton
eccentric. W. Andrew, History of Winterton, 1836, 19-22. N. Pevsner and
J Harris, The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire, 1978, 426.


Listing NGR: SE9356918420

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