Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II*

List Entry Number: 1120895

Date first listed: 17-Jul-1980

Statutory Address: EGYPT MILL, STROUD ROAD


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Statutory Address: EGYPT MILL, STROUD ROAD

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

County: Gloucestershire

District: Stroud (District Authority)

Parish: Nailsworth

National Grid Reference: ST 84946 99882


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STROUD ROAD 1. 5227 (north-east side) Egypt Mill ST 8499 6/6A II* GV 2. C18 and early C19 rebuilding, incorporating considerable portions of older structures (including apparently mediaeval masonry). Rubble with Cotswold stone roof. In 2 parts, left hand pad 2 and a half (or one and a half) storeys: 3 gabled dormers, 2+3 windows (casements) in partly blocked openings, wooden lintels (common to right hand 3 windows), 2 single-light chamfered windows on ground floor. Plain arch to left of centre. This part is entered from road level into gable. Right hand part probably mid C19: 5 windows, alternate 2 and 3 light segment headed casements. Arched mill entry for water to right. Two mill streams, 2 wheels. The eastern wheel predates 1820, it has wood spokes and was later adopted to drive a pit saw. To rear a 2 storey extension with plain mullion windows. The west wall, with a spring head in it below the road, is said to incorporate C15 masonry.

Listing NGR: ST8494699882


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