SUMMERHOUSE AND ATTACHED GARDEN WALL, 30 METRES NORTH EAST OF HAGG HOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1121047

Date first listed: 17-Jun-1986

Statutory Address: SUMMERHOUSE AND ATTACHED GARDEN WALL, 30 METRES NORTH EAST OF HAGG HOUSE, MAIN STREET

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Location

Statutory Address: SUMMERHOUSE AND ATTACHED GARDEN WALL, 30 METRES NORTH EAST OF HAGG HOUSE, MAIN STREET

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

District: County Durham (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Cotherstone

National Grid Reference: NZ 01173 20072

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Details

COTHERSTONE MAIN STREET NZ 02 NW (East side,off) 11/53 Summerhouse and attached garden wall, 30 metres north-east of Hagg House II Summerhouse and attached garden wall. Early C19 with alterations. Summerhouse limewashed rubble and brick with stone-flagged roofs. Squared rubble garden wall. Gothick style.

Summerhouse: 2-storey, one-bay block flanked by tall one-storey, one-bay, set- back wings. Central boarded door in partly-blocked pointed archway. Round- arched niche above with projecting sill, half-H apron and inserted 4-pane light. Niche flanked by stone panels with incised crosses. Low-pitched pyramidal roof. Wings: replaced casements have chamfered sills and lintels with triple keystones; flat-coped battlements conceal low-pitched roofs. Stepped truncated external chimney on right return.

Tall, quadrant-plan garden wall with flat coping runs east for about 25 metres. Remainder of garden wall to south and east is not of special interest.

This summerhouse, known locally as Monks House, is similar to an example in the grounds of Woden Croft (See item 11/70).

Listing NGR: NZ0117320072

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 111216

Legacy System: LBS

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