Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1305020

Date first listed: 21-Oct-1955



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

County: Gloucestershire

District: Stroud (District Authority)

Parish: Painswick

National Grid Reference: SO 87320 09720


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PAINSWICK BEECH LANE (westend) SO 8609/8709 7/32 Loveday's Mill (formerly listed under Vicarage 21.10.55 Road) II House and attached mill. C17 and Cl9. Large coursed and squared limestone to house, ashlar to mill, stone slate roof. A symmetrically fronted miller's house set in direct juxtaposition with the later mill building. House is 2 storeys and attics, twin gabled, and a third smaller gable set back centrally. Ground floor has 2-light and 3-light casements under continuous string; first floor 3:2:3-light and attic 2-light casements with ovolo-mould mullions, under stopped hoods. Central plank door in depressed 4-centred arch, stopped moulded surround and stepped string above, flanked by small quatrefoils: to the central gable an oculus with 4 keystones. Plinth, coped gables with cross saddles; each main gabled front has stepped diagonal buttresses. Right return runs back to plain gable with large C20 stack, has 3 over 3-light casements as front gable. Set back beyond this wing to the end of the mill in coursed rubble but ashlar at right end; 2 storeys and attic. Large external stack with weathered offset and rebuilt shaft, various 2-light casements and two 2-light wood casement hipped dormers. Left return of house has a 3-light ovolo mould casement with stopped hood over a 2-light plain chamfer, 2-light dormer. All windows leaded. Mill is 2 storeys and attic on high plinth, 5-windowed; 2-light plain flush chamfer casements, all leaded and three 2-light wood casement hipped dormers. Ground floor has plain plank doors at bays 1 and 4. Plinth, plat bands at two levels, steps up to doors. Bell cote to coped gable left which has 3-light casement over 2-leaf loading door at first floor,which here is also ground level. Back has gabled wing, left has two 2-light flush chamfer mullion casements at ground and first floors and a 3-light to gable with 2-light dormer on the return. Set back is unit with ground stage in brickwork, a central eaves stack, and 2:2 two- light casements below 2 hipped dormers. Remains of the mill leat come in at ground floor of the wing. Interior of house not inspected, but includes small stone C18 fireplace with moulded arch and decorative frieze, and in room left of entry a stone flag floor with large fireplace with low segmental head in 3 voussoirs, chamfered only to the lintel.

Listing NGR: SO8732009720


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Legacy System number: 133208

Legacy System: LBS

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