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Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1156998

Date first listed: 26-Jan-1961

Statutory Address: 88

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Location

Statutory Address: 88

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County: Gloucestershire

District: Cotswold (District Authority)

Parish: Sherborne

National Grid Reference: SP 17747 14280

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Details

SHERBORNE SHERBORNE VILLAGE SP 1714 9/227 No 88 26.1.61 II

Detached cottage. C19, with two reused C12 doorways. Coursed squared and dressed limestone. Stone slate roof, ashlar stacks, two restored C20. Rectangular main body with later extension to right. Symmetrical 1½ storey, 2-windowed facade. Two-light dormers from eaves to first floor within flat-chamfered surrounds. Two 3-light stone-mullioned casements with stopped hoods to ground floor, either side of C19 plank door within C12 round-headed surround of two orders with eroded chevron motif to inner arch and zig-zag motif to outer arch. Engaged columns either side with eroded but decorated capitals. Tympanum with incised cross at centre and incised 4-petal rosettes either side. Plank door at rear with plain C12 tympanum at rear. Small lancet above with pointed hood. Quatrefoils in gable ends with semi-circular hoods. Single-storey extensions to right with 2-light casement. Flat coping at gable ends. Gable-end stacks. C12 doorways reputed to come from chapel which once stood in the present garden of Stones Farm (q.v.). Interior not inspected. (Property of the National Trust).

Listing NGR: SP1774714280

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Legacy System number: 130664

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