Hole Bottom Cottage

17 Jul 2000
Hole Bottom Cottage, Spring Lane, Samlesbury, South Ribble, Lancashire, PR5 0UX
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This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.


6/104 Hole Bottom Cottage -

- II

House, probably late C17, with later alterations, the right end now a separate dwelling. Brick on low stone plinth, slate roof on 2 levels with 2 modern skylights and chimney stacks at left gable (part corbelled) and at junction of roofs. Three-bay baffle-entry plan. First 2 bays of 2 storeys, third bay 1 storeys; bands at 2 different levels; adjoining doors at junction of 2nd and 3rd bays, a small 1st floor window over the left door, to the left 2 windows on each floor, all modern casements with brick heads, that next to the door gauged and slightly arched; one 2-light ground floor window to the 3rd bay. Right gable has a door and modern single storey extension, 2 windows above; rear wall has door to 1st bay and various windows like those at front; attic window in gable of 2nd bay.

Interior: 2nd bay has inglenook with ovolo-moulded bressummer (centre section missing), heck with peephole, and altered fire window; ovolo- moulded beams on both floors; quarter-turn staircase of early C18 type; original doors. History: occupied by Thomas Anderton, yeoman and saddler, in late C17; licensed for Presbyterian worship 1672. (R. Eaton History of Samlesbury).

Listing NGR: SD6071129904


This is part of the Series: IOE01/0738 IOE Records taken by K Foster; within the Collection: IOE01 Images Of England


© Mr K. Foster. Source: Historic England Archive

This photograph was taken for the Images of England project

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Photographer: Foster, K.

Rights Holder: Foster, K.


Slate, Stone, Brick, Stuart House, Monument <By Form>, Domestic, Dwelling, Presbyterian Chapel, Religious Ritual And Funerary, Nonconformist Chapel, Chapel, Place Of Worship