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IoE Number: 420421
Location: JACKET WATERMILL, MILL LANE (south side)
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Date Photographed: N/A
Date listed: 06 July 1982
Date of last amendment: 06 July 1982
Grade II

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SK 77 SWWEST DRAYTONMILL LANE(south side)5/92Jacket Watermill

SK 77 SW WEST DRAYTON MILL LANE (south side) 5/92 Jacket Watermill 6.7.82 II Watermill, parapet and footbridge built over the River Maun. Late C18 with C19 alterations. Red brick, with the remains of whitewashed roughcast, some concrete, iron and wood, built over a stone platform. Pantile roofs. South front. 2 storeys plus garret, 3 bay C18 wing, to the right, set back, a single storey, single bay, lean-to and to the left, set back, a lower 2 storey plus garret, 2 bay wing with C19 front. Dogtooth eaves. The C18 wing has raised and brick coped gables and is buttressed. Doorway with double wooden door and small glazing bar fixed light under segmental arch to the right. Further right in the lean- to, is a low doorway with double wooden door, this contains the iron water wheel. To the left in the C19 wing with clasping buttress to the left angle are 2 archways with flat concrete lintels and central concrete buttress. The right arch being a water channel with sluice gate. Above, in the C18 wing, is a single glazing bar fixed light under a segmental arch with a recessed blind panel under segmental arch to the left and further left a doorway with panelled wooden door. In the Cl9 wing is a single Yorkshire sash, there are 3 tie plates. Extending in front and over the river is an embattled parapet with central rubble cut water. South front has projecting gabled wing with catslide roofs to left and right and single stack to left. Central doorway with part glazed panelled door and 2 window openings above. In the left side is a round brick arch over a water channel. To the right, set back in the C19 wing, is the second water channel with round ashlar arch over with keystone. To the right of this is a single flight of iron steps leading to a doorway with part glazed panelled door under segmental arch on the first floor. There are 3 tie plates. Cantilevered out from this front is a wooden footbridge. Interior retains much C19 iron machinery including 2 millstones, wheel, pulleys and hoppers.

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