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Kiln Cottage

A Grade II Listed Building in Jeffreyston, Pembrokeshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.7256 / 51°43'32"N

Longitude: -4.8235 / 4°49'24"W

OS Eastings: 205091

OS Northings: 206764

OS Grid: SN050067

Mapcode National: GBR GB.QFMW

Mapcode Global: VH2PB.BWVH

Entry Name: Kiln Cottage

Listing Date: 6 July 2005

Last Amended: 6 July 2005

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 84388

Building Class: Domestic

Location: In an elevated position at the foot of the lane leading from Cresswell Quay to Cresselly.

County: Pembrokeshire

Community: Jeffreyston

Community: Jeffreyston

Locality: Cresswell Quay

Traditional County: Pembrokeshire

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History

Originally a tied cottage to Cresswell Cottage (operating then as a farm but later the public house), and shown on the 1846 Tithe Map (though not on an earlier map of 1755). Census returns show that between 1841 and 1851 its occupant was Evan Jones, quarryman and family. The tenancy descended through the family to David Thomas, described in 1861 as a sailor, and as a carpenter between 1871 and 1901. The tenancy then passed to Herbert Thomas and remains in the same family. A second house was added c1850, but it was not lived in from c1881 and is now ruinous.

Exterior

Low 2 storeyed cottage of 2 unit plan. Roughcast over rubble, with smooth rendered window surrounds and inscribed head to doorway. Slate roof with gable end stacks, that to right projecting. Near-central doorway with boarded door flanked by 4-pane sash windows. 3 tiny sashes immediately below eaves. Lean-to against left-hand gable end said to house bread oven. At the right hand end are the remains of the second cottage: roughly squared limestone rubble, single storeyed, with central door and flanking windows.

Interior

Not seen.

Reasons for Listing

Listed as an exceptionally well-preserved example of a traditional cottage of early C19 date, which forms the centre-piece of a little group with its ancillary buildings.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Out-kitchen at Kiln Cottage
    At right-angles to the left-hand side of the cottage.
  • II Old Carpenters Shop
    At the foot of and at right angles to the lane that leads from Cresswell Quay to Cresselly, alongside the footpath leading to Kiln Cottage.
  • II Telephone Call-box
    At the junction of the quayside road and the lane running from Cresswell Quay to Cresselly.
  • II 1 & 2 Back Cottages
    Above the lane that leads from Cresswell Quay to Cresselly, on the edge of the settlement.
  • II The Cobblers Shop
    On the lane leading from Cresswell Quay to Cresselly, at edge of the settlement, immediately in front of Back Cottages. Built with its back to the road on a steeply sloping site, necessitating an exce
  • II Cresselly Arms P.H.
    Beside the road overlooking the Cresswell River and Quay, on the edge of the parkland to Cresselly House.
  • II Cresswell Quay
    In the angle between the Treen Lake and Cresswell River, to the E of the confluence, and immediately opposite to the Cresselly Arms P.H.
  • II Cresswell Quay Bridge
    Bridge crossing a minor tributary of the Cresswell River immediately to the S of the Quay. The stream is the Martletwy/Jeffreyston boundary.

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