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Latitude: 51.3425 / 51°20'33"N
Longitude: -1.932 / 1°55'55"W
OS Eastings: 404834
OS Northings: 160382
OS Grid: SU048603
Mapcode National: GBR 3WF.QD1
Mapcode Global: VHB4H.GJH5
Entry Name: Apple Tree Cottage
Listing Date: 30 October 1984
Last Amended: 29 April 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1365964
English Heritage Legacy ID: 311588
Location: Etchilhampton, Wiltshire, SN10
Civil Parish: Etchilhampton
Traditional County: Wiltshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Wiltshire
Church of England Parish: Bishop's Cannings and Etchilhampton St Mary the Virgin
Church of England Diocese: Salisbury
ETCHILHAMPTON VILLAGE CENTRE
SU 06 SW
6/168 No 5 and No 6 Apple Tree Cottage
(formerly listed as Nos 5 and 6 Manor
30.10.84 Farm Cottages)
House, now two adjoined cottages. C15-C16, refaced early C19.
Brick with thatched roof. Rendered on east gable. Probably
originally a 2-bay open medieval hall with parlour bay at east end,
service bay at west, into which major stack inserted in C16 and
hall ceiled. Subdivided in C19. Entrance to No 5 into hall bay, a
boarded door. No 6 has gable entrance with half-glazed door.
Paned timber windows to No 5, mid C20 metal windows to No 6.
Central brick stack, and stacks to both gable ends.
Interior: Two closed cruck frames with Type C apex, a central open
truss probably removed when major stack inserted. Living Room to
No 6 has double bar stopped chamfers to spine beam, spine beam to
upper bay in No 5 has double-lobed bar stops. Major stack has high
chamfered timber fire lintel on stone jambs. Left gable extended
to incorporate a second stack, probably C17, with oven or smoking
Listing NGR: SU0483460382
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