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Latitude: 53.0933 / 53°5'35"N
Longitude: -0.9614 / 0°57'40"W
OS Eastings: 469651
OS Northings: 355620
OS Grid: SK696556
Mapcode National: GBR BJX.3RG
Mapcode Global: WHFHF.6HGZ
Entry Name: Former Manager's House and Adjoining Cottages and Workshops
Listing Date: 9 February 1973
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1369905
English Heritage Legacy ID: 242414
Location: Southwell, Newark and Sherwood, Nottinghamshire, NG25
District: Newark and Sherwood
Civil Parish: Southwell
Traditional County: Nottinghamshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Nottinghamshire
Church of England Parish: Southwell St Mary the Virgin
Church of England Diocese: Southwell and Nottingham
MAIN STREET, Maythorne
1919-0/1/201 (North West side)
09/02/73 Former manager's house and adjoining
cottages and workshops.
Former manager's house and adjoining cottages and workshops.
Late C18. Brick with stone dressings and hipped slate and
pantile roofs. 3 side wall and 3 ridge stacks. 2 storeys.
3/6/3 bays. U-plan. House front, to south east, has 3 glazing
bar sashes with rusticated keystoned lintels. To their left, 3
small casements, and above these, a larger single casement.
Off-centre rusticated doorcase with round head and keystone.
Panelled door with fanlight. To right, 2 glazing bar sashes
with rusticated keystoned lintels. To left, a C20 square bay
window with glazing bar casements. Workshop range, to left,
has 4 small casements. South east end has to right 2 segment
headed glazing bar sashes. Below, a similar sash in the centre
and a pair of garage doors to right. Rear elevation has a
hipped wing at each end, that to left with a semicircular
window and to its right a smaller casement. Right wing has a
single glazing bar sash and above it, a 5-light glazing bar
casement. In the centre of the range, 6 glazing bar sashes. To
left, a single storey lean-to addition with pantile roof, and
to its right, 3 larger glazing bar sashes with segmental
heads. This building is part of a mill complex for spinning
cotton and silk.
(D M Smith: Industrial archaeology east midlands: David &
Charles, Dawlish: 1965-: 60-61 & 199).
Listing NGR: SK6965155620
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