This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
SS9744 MANOR ROAD, Alcombe 900-1/5/140 (South East side) 13/01/76 Nos.11 AND 13 The Cot and Ferndene
2 houses. C17/early C18. Painted render over rubblestone, continuous slate roof with brick stack to right gable end and front lateral stack finished in brick. Probably formerly one property of 3 units; now 2 cottages; No.11 to the left, has a rear right wing. 2 storeys; 4-window range. No.11 has a broad shallow lateral stack to right-of-centre flanked by C19 two-light casement windows to the first floor, a 3-light casement to the ground-floor right and a divided C18 six-panel door under a hood on metal scroll brackets to the left. To the far left a full-height wall with stone coping cants back to meet No.9 (qv); a doorway with similar voussoirs and quoins to that house has a C17 planked and studded door. No.13 has two C19 two-light casement windows to both floors and C19 trellised porch to the door in a single-storey lean-to to the right. INTERIORS: The Cot has hollow-chamfered beams to the sides and centre of both the main and rear rooms and exposed main rafter ends to the first floor. HISTORY: a malthouse in 1841, this is said to have been the Britannia Inn in 1701.
Listing NGR: SS9765244966
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Photographer: Rayner, R.M
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