Listed Building: ELM TREE COTTAGE (1335056)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 479, 5, 87
Date assigned Thursday, May 24, 1979
Date last amended


Pair of cottages, now all one. Possibly C18 or earlier in origin, substantially rebuilt and made into a cottage Orne c1840s. Red brick and decorative timber framing with stone dressings. Thatched and tiled roof with two decorative ridge stacks and a lateral stack. Two storeys, L-plan. South elevation has gabled bay to right with applied timber framing in the form of a cruck truss with box frame infill. Fretted barge boards. East elevation double fronted. Central doorway with massive bracketed stone hood. Flanked on each side by 3-light windows under flat arches, with diamond paned lights. Two similar windows above, set in eyebrow dormers. Left hand room on ground floor has an inglenook fireplace with fire window and salt cupboard. Listing NGR: SK2008343622

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Grid reference SK 20083 43622 (point)
Map sheet SK24SW

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Mar 15 2016 12:50PM

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