Listed Building: FLACKETS COTTAGE (1237734)

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Grade II
Authority English Heritage
Volume/Map/Item 543, 2, 13
Date assigned Tuesday, November 19, 1985
Date last amended

Description

House. C16, C17 and C19. timber-framed, the older section close studded with plaster infill, the C17 work with large panels and straight frames, brick nogging. Altered mid-C19 in red brick. Fishscale tile roof with quadrupartite brick ridge stack and a brick gable stack. Two storeys, T-plan, the main range with lobby entry. Three bay west elevation. Right hand two bays have exposed box framing with small upward braces. Doorway against the stack with cambered lintel and plank door. Small square window to right. To the left are two 2-light casement windows placed together. Gabled dormer above with fretted barge boards. Two 2-light windows to ground floor with flat brick arches and returned hoodmoulds. Gabled dormer above with fretted barge boards. Left hand part has close studded timber framing many of the studs removed. Two 2-light casement windows placed together. South gable end rebuilt c1850 in red brick with decorative fretted barge boards. Two 2-light windows to ground floor with flat brick arches and returned hoodmoulds. One similar window above. Some timber framing exposed on east wall and internally. Stud partition and exposed ceiling beams. Massive stack at south end with large inglenook fireplaces. Internal framed partitions, chanfered ceiling beams and exposed joists. Cambered door lintel to 1st floor. Braced single purlin roof. AMENDMENT Description amended from: Cottage. C17 timber framed, with lath and plaster, and brick infil. Altered mid - C19 in red brick. Fishscale tile roof with quadrupartite brick ridge stack and a brick gable stack. Two storeys, T-plan. Three bay west elevation. Right hand two bays have exposed box framing with small upward braces. Doorway against the stack with Tudor arched lintel and plank door. Small square window to right. To the left are two 2-light casement windows placed together. Gabled dormer above with fretted barge boards. Left hand part has close studded timber framing to first floor and box framing below. Two 2-light casement windows placed together. South gable end rebuilt c1850 in red brick with decorative fretted barge boards. Two 2-light windows to ground floor with flat brick arches and returned hoodmoulds. One similar window above. Some timber framing exposed on east wall and internally. Stud partition and exposed ceiling beams. Massive stack at south end with large inglenook fireplaces. Braced single purlin roof.

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Location

Grid reference SK 14469 33324 (point)
Map sheet SK13SW
Civil Parish DOVERIDGE, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE

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Dec 18 2013 10:13AM

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