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© Ms Jo Humberstone

IoE Number: 164383
Location: THE THATCH, WAITHE LANE (north side)
  BRIGSLEY, NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE, LINCOLNSHIRE
Photographer: Ms Jo Humberstone
Date Photographed: 27 August 2001
Date listed: 04 January 1967
Date of last amendment: 04 January 1967
Grade II

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TA 20 SEBRIGSLEYWAITHE LANE(north side)7/18

TA 20 SE BRIGSLEY WAITHE LANE (north side) 7/18 The Thatch 4.1.67 II - House. C17 with later additions and alterations. Timber frame with mud- and-stud infill, encased in brick to right extension; roughly-squared chalk plinth and sections of walling to main section. Rendered throughout, apart from whitewashed chalk wall on south side. Plan: main section comprises 2 rooms with stairs beside central stack, 2 main bays of timber frame with intermediate wall-posts and narrow central bay for former fire-hood; single- room extension to right with one bay of timber frame and C20 entrance porch to rear. South front, facing street: single storey and attic, with slightly lower extension to right, 5 windows. Irregular plinth to main section. Projecting coursed chalk wall to centre, rising to just above window level and containing a small single-pane stairwindow. Two C20 casements with glazing bars to either side, one 12-pane sliding sash to extension. Pair of hooded half-dormers with 4-pane casements, that to left with a 4-pane triangular light above. Hipped roof with ornate ridge capping, axial stacks to left and to extension. Rear has rendered projecting central chalk section and 3 very small windows, 2 with leaded lights. Interior: exposed oak framing includes wall posts with mid-rails and arched braces to tie beams and wall plates; first-floor joists carried on wall plates and roughly-chamfered spine beams on posts. Brick central stack (probably replacing original firehood) with back-to-back inglenook fireplaces.

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