This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
THIMBLEBY MAIN STREET TF 27 SW (south side) 4/59 Church Cottage II G.V.
Cottage. C16 with C17 addition, C19 addition and alterations.
Mud and stud underbuilt in white painted brick. Pantile roofs, that on the left being steeply pitched. Single gable and ridge brick stacks. Single storey with garrets, 6 bay front. The bay on the left is clearly timber framed, of 2 structural bays, and padstones are visible on the corners and in the centre, and the rendered over positions of the corner and bay posts can be seen.
The 3 bays to the right are a C19 addition. There is an off centre C19 planked door with small plain fixed light to right and to left 4 similar windows. The interior has a chamfered and triangular stopped beam. During C19 the end range was used as stables for the adjacent Old Hall Cottage.
Listing NGR: TF2399870014
© Mr Derek E. Godson. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Godson, Derek E.
Rights Holder: Godson, Derek E.
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