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© Mr R.M Rayner

IoE Number: 265443
Photographer: Mr R.M Rayner
Date Photographed: 02 September 2000
Date listed: 02 January 1986
Date of last amendment: 02 January 1986
Grade II

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SS84NWOARE CPCULBONE2/30Culbone Cottage and retainingwall fronting property

SS84NW OARE CP CULBONE 2/30 Culbone Cottage and retaining wall fronting property - GV II Cottage. Mid C19 altered late C19. Random rubble local stone, brick dressings, moulded plinth, bargeboards to broad gabled front, stage roof with corrugated iron sheeting on lower part of right return of gable, overhanging eaves, large roughcast external stack right gable end, pair of circualr stacks decorated in the Tudor manner left. L-plan. Gable fronted left, 2 storeys right, eaves swept down to first floor and nearly ground level left; 2-light segmental headed casement gable end, below segmental headed recess in brick with 2 single light decoratively leaded windows, right inserted half glazed C20 door in semi-circular headed opening, left wooden lintel to ribbed door; set back right first floor decoratively leaded single light window above segmental headed cast iron window with small squareheaded central casement opening under hood mould. Retaining wall of blue lias and red sandstone random rubble, saddleback coping, ramped up to central section and slightly battered. Part of the Ashley Comble estate and probably altered under the direction of Lady Lovelace.

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