House with attached outbuildings, unoccupied in October 2007. It has a formal linear plan, in imitation of a Palladian ensemble, the house being placed centrally between two flanking pavilion-style outbuildings. These would originally have been linked to the house by means of curved and ramped walling, although this is now breached on both flanks. The buildings, of red brick, were probably constructed in c. 1800, and have late 19th century alterations and additions. The 1883 Ordnance Survey map names the house as 'Cinnery'. (1)
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. LB UID 503505.
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Centred SK 2695 2093 (12m by 28m)
SWADLINCOTE, SOUTH DERBYSHIRE, DERBYSHIRE
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