This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TL 4865-4965 WATERBEACH HIGH STREET (East Side)
12/155 No. 20 (Wiles Cottage)
Cottage. Late C17 and early C19. Local brick and C19 gault brick, rear wall partly painted. Plain tile roof. One storey and attic extended one bay to east. Gable to west with tumbled brick parapet and end stack, C17 ridge stack, C19 gault brick gable and stack to east. Chequered brick band at attic floor in gable, painted in main facade and arched over segmental openings. Four casement dormer windows, half-glazed, flush-panelled C19 door and boarded door. Two hung sash windows one to right hand early C19 with thick glazing bars, later C19 bay window to left hand. Stone plaque in gable inscribed 'Wiles Cottage'. Interior. Large sealed inglenook hearth in central room. Ovolo-moulded and stop-chamfered cross-beams. The cottage was formerly the coachman's house to The Rookery.
R.C.H.M. (Cambs notes) 1934 Ravensdale, J. Liable to Floods p. 164 1974
Listing NGR: TL4959665711
Copyright IoE Dr Neil J. Clarke. Source Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Clarke, Neil J.
Rights Holder: Clarke, Neil J.
Brick, Tile, Stuart Coachmans Cottage, Domestic, Transport Workers House, House, Dwelling