This delightful cottage was constructed from handmade bricks. The building underwent a
major refurbishment in 1975 during which time a timber frame was discovered. Another
exact date of the building, it is indeed very old. The originally timber-frame is now encased in
brown brick on rubble sandstone plinth; with tiled roof and brick end stacks.
EXTERIOR: 2-storey, 2-bay front. Plinth retains blocked 2-light mullioned window. 4 steps
lead to framed, ledged and braced door under brick segmental arch with turning piece.
Replacement 3-light flush casement with glazing bars and deep arch turning piece under
segmental arch to right of door. First floor has similar window tucked tight under the eaves.
2-course projecting band at first floor level.
INTERIOR: timber-framing was found during restoration in the 1970s. Some wall timbers,
beams and ceiling joists are exposed.