COLD KNAPP LILAC COTTAGE LITTLE THATCH ROSEA COTTAGE

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1056119
Date first listed:
18-Dec-1987
Statutory Address:
COLD KNAPP, PUDDLE TOWN
Statutory Address:
LILAC COTTAGE, PUDDLE TOWN
Statutory Address:
LITTLE THATCH, PUDDLE TOWN
Statutory Address:
ROSEA COTTAGE, PUDDLE TOWN

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LILAC COTTAGE
LITTLE THATCH
ROSEA COTTAGE
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Location

Statutory Address:
COLD KNAPP, PUDDLE TOWN
Statutory Address:
LILAC COTTAGE, PUDDLE TOWN
Statutory Address:
LITTLE THATCH, PUDDLE TOWN
Statutory Address:
ROSEA COTTAGE, PUDDLE TOWN

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

County:
Somerset
District:
South Somerset (District Authority)
Parish:
Haselbury Plucknett
National Grid Reference:
ST 46643 10798

Details

ST4610 HASELBURY PLUCKNETT CP PUDDLE TOWN (South side)

10/37 Rosea Cottage, Lilac Cottage, Little Thatch and Cold Knapp

II

Row of 4 cottages. C18 or earlier origins, some modifications. Local stone rubble, south gable rendered, both end cottages colourwashed; thatched roofs, with slight step to ridge in centre, plain gable to south, half hip to north; brick chimney stacks. Rosea and Lilac Cottages, to east, both single-storey with attic. Little Thatch and Cold Knapp 2-storey although with lower ceiling height, possibly of later date. Rosea Cottage of 2 bays, with straight joint between bays; to ground floor are C20 plain casement windows under old timber lintols, with a small added light to left of bay 1; above, set into roof, 2-light horizontal-bar casements of early pattern: right of bay 2 a C20 fully-glazed door with sheet hood on wrought-iron brackets; some roof plates and timbers exposed. Lilac Cottage is single-bay, with 2-light small-pane casements, the upper set into thatch above the door, left of the lower window and of boarded pattern set in small stone and tiled porch. Straight joint between Lilac Cottage and Little Thatch, which has 2 bays of small-pane casement windows, 2-light above and 3-light below, with projecting stone and tiled porch, with C20 boarded door, lower bay 1. Cold Knapp is single-bay with small-pane casements, 2-light above, of older pattern, and 3-light below; to right an older boarded door in heavy frame, with open rendered and thatched porch. Sundry lean-to extensions it rear. Interiors not seen. White Gates, attached to south gable of Rosea Cottage is lit and not of special interest.

Listing NGR: ST4662910805

Legacy

The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.

Legacy System number:
262286
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

End of official listing

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Date: 29 Aug 2003
Reference: IOE01/11229/02
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Jason Brister. Source Historic England Archive
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