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Listed Building: BRIDGE HOUSE (1248287)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 668, 5, 101B
Date assigned Monday, March 17, 1975
Date last amended


Circa 1850. Probably Paxton. A plain stone building of 2 storeys. One side windowless and with two doorways'1 one square-headed and one with segmental arch with keyblock (obviously reused) engraved with date 1787. West side has 2 small-paned iron casements and the gable facing road, one semi-circular headed window. Rear gable with plain doorway at 1st storey and flight of stone steps up from side. Bold projecting eaves; fish-scale slates; partly repaired with slates. Appears to have been in long use as a warehouse. In need of repair. Footbridge at north side of Nos 38 and 40 and Bridge House form a group with Nos 38 and 40 (Swiss Cottages). Listing NGR: SK3037959740

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Grid reference SK 30379 59740 (point)
Map sheet SK35NW

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Oct 17 2017 3:33PM

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