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Statutory Address:

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

Stroud (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SO 89568 09910


PAINSWICK SHEEPSCOMBE SO 80 NE Sam Scott's 5/296 14.12.84 II Small detached house, one time wheelwright's cottage. C18. Squared limestone rubble, concrete slate roof, but some stone slate to back and some tile extreme left. Gable stacks. A two-room house with later extension to the left and a possibly contemporary cider house at back. Two storeys, attic, lower level floor at back. Front has 2-light steel casement to left, then 3-light chamfer- mullion casement with early leading and stanchions; near-central C20 glazed door to plain stone lintel, central dormer with 4-Opane casement. Right return has a 2-light steel casement over a 3-light chamfer-mullion casement with leading and stanchions; to the right a projecting bread oven. Back has various steel case- ments, and right of centre a segmental-headed opening to cellar steps. Interior has several rough chamfered and stopped beams, two bressummer fireplaces to stone cheeks, that to right hand room now filled. From left room a spiral wood stair. Cellar under kitchen in good cut stone with low segmental stone vault, and stone stair, blocked at top. Roof is double collar, 2 purlins. In court- yard a deep stone-lined well, also a rebuilt surround to horse trough. The cottage is reputed to have been in the Scott family as wheelwrights for several generations.

Listing NGR: SO8956809910


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

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Date: 23 Aug 2002
Reference: IOE01/08121/22
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