Listed Building: NEW STANTON COTTAGES (1329236)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 1774, 6, 96
Date assigned Thursday, November 6, 1986
Date last amended


Terrace of twelve workers' cottages built by the Stanton Ironworks. 1848. Red brick with stone lintels. Welsh slate roof with brick gable stacks and five brick ridge stacks. Three storeys. North elevation of twelve symmetrical bays. Central round-arched through passageway. to the left a window, two doors, two windows, two doors, two windows, two doors and a window. Six bays to right form a mirror image. The windows have wooden cross windows, except the extreme left hand window, which has a C20 casement. Stone lintels of concave profile. The doorways have segmental arches and C20 half-glazed doors. Twelve C19 casement windows above under lintels with concave profile. Twelve smaller casement windows above again beneath the eaves. Listing NGR: SK4646439082

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Grid reference SK 46464 39082 (point)
Map sheet SK43NE

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May 20 2008 2:26PM

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