SLOPERTON COTTAGE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1033858

Date first listed: 19-Mar-1962

Statutory Address: SLOPERTON COTTAGE

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: SLOPERTON COTTAGE

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Wiltshire (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Bromham

National Grid Reference: ST 95902 65867

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Details

ST 96 NE BROMHAM WESTBROOK (south side)

2/71 Sloperton Cottage

19.3.62 II

House, early C19, part red brick, part rubble stone with red brick dressings. Slate roofs. 2 storeys. The main range has double valley roof and three shallow coped gables. Three-window range of glazing bar windows with gauged brick heads and pointed tracery to top panes. 16-pane outer windows, 12-pane to centre over half- glazed door in trellis porch with tent roof. To right a rubble stone section with red brick dressings, said to be the orginal cottage. First floor 9-pane and paired 9-pane windows, ground floor 12-pane C20 window, replacing a door, and 12-12-12 pane brick canted bay with slate roof. Windows have similar pointed tracery to top panes, but painted-on in some cases. East end stack. The home of Thomas Moore (1779-1852), Irish poet, from 1818-52. His study was the 'barrel-room' with curved ceiling in the right-hand range.

Listing NGR: ST9590265867

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 311221

Legacy System: LBS

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