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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 1774, 2, 105
Date assigned Thursday, November 6, 1986
Date last amended


PARISH OF WEST HALLAM STATION ROAD SK 44 SW 2/105 (West Side) Nos 71 & 73 (Ye Olde Cinder House & Cinder Cottage) II Pair of estate cottages. 1833. Brick faced in cinder or clinker. Stone dressings. C20 cement tile roof. Diamond plan brick ridge stack, plain brick ridge stack and a diamond plan lateral stack. Two storeys. Unequal T-plan. Rock-faced stone quoins. The south elevation has a projecting gabled bay to the left, with a 3-light gothic window to the ground floor and a similar 2-light window above. In the gable, in orange cinder, the initials EN and the date 1833. Bargeboarded gable with finials. to the right a 3-light gothic window and a C20 gabled porch with timber cladding and gothic door. To the right again, a 2-light gothic window. One 2-light window above, in a gabled dormer. Most of the windows are deeply set, with tooled stone surrounds. The gable end east elevation has one similar 2-light window. Listing NGR: SK4246441600

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Grid reference SK 42464 41600 (point)
Map sheet SK44SW

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Jan 22 2007 10:45AM

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