Building record MDR10681 - Trentside Cottage, 9 Bargate Lane, Willington

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This is a two-cell timber-framed and thatched cottage, probably built about 1725-50 as a single-storey dwelling, for a labourer or smallholder. Upper floors were inserted soon afterwards, and then service rooms were added. It was once part of the estate of the Burdett's of Foremark, and an estate map of c.1920 shows a smallholding attached to the house consisting of small parcels of land scattered about. Near the house were two cowsheds and outbuildings, including a stone building which is now a dwelling.

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  • <1> Unpublished document: Hutton, B. Derby Buildings Record. DBR 29, 21st January 1989.



Grid reference Centred SK 29611 28132 (8m by 15m)

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  • EDR1981

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Record last edited

Dec 2 2014 12:35PM

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