This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
OBORNE ROAD 1.
1625 (South-East Side) Beech Cottage and garden gate ST 6416 2/262 II GV 2. Two 2-storey stone rubble parallel ranges. Front range; late C18 to early C19 probably. Rear range later; slate roof. Colourwashed cement rendered entrance front at right angles to road. Plaintile roof. 2 windows above, one at either end; 2 windows and door (to left hand) below. Sash windows with glazing bars intact. Doorway has recent hood on shaped brackets; 6-panelled door, top 2 panels glazed; ledged reveals. Gable end to road, 3-light leaded attic casement above. Wrought iron gate before path to main entrance; arrow shaped finials to lower rails and curvilinear pattern above; spear-headed finials above topmost horizontal rail.
Beech Cottage and garden gate, north-west boundary wall to Beech Cottage, Castle Farmhouse, boundary wall to south-west of Castle Farmhouse, Digby Estate No 9, Digby Estate No 10, wall adjoining to the north and outbuilding at north end of wall of Digby Estate No 10, outbuilding attached to south- west end of Digby Estate Nos 275 and 276, Digby Estate Nos 275 and 276, and outhouse to south-east end of Nos 275 and 276 form a group with outhouses to Castle Farm and enclosing wall on north-east side of Osborne Road (North- west side).
Listing NGR: ST6455816921
© Mr Robert Bills. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Bills, Robert
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Cement, Render, Rubble, Slate, Stone, Tile, Wrought Iron, Georgian House, Victorian Monument (By Form), Domestic, Dwelling, Gate, Unassigned