Building record MDR13646 - Draycott Fields, Derby Road, Shacklecross
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(Georgian to Hanoverian - 1763 AD to 1835 AD)
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A farmstead, probably built in the late eighteenth or early nineteenth century. The farmhouse is built of red brick beneath a hipped slate roof. The front elevation is three storeys tall. Each storey has a pair of modern windows with splayed lintels. The third storey appears to be a later addition. The farmhouse is set back from the street behind a red brick wall. Draycott's open fields were enclosed in 1763. The farmstead is named on Sanderson's map of 1835. (1)
*Internet Web Site: Erewash Borough Council. List of buildings of local interest. www.erewash.gov.uk. LL/590.
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Centred SK 4289 3398 (48m by 50m)
DRAYCOTT AND CHURCH WILNE, EREWASH, DERBYSHIRE
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Mar 21 2013 1:37PM
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