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IoE Number: 57945
Location: GALLEON WINE, 10 HIGH STREET (east side)
  BOLLINGTON, MACCLESFIELD, CHESHIRE
Photographer: Mr Steve Davis
Date Photographed: 29 April 2005
Date listed: 09 December 1983
Date of last amendment: 09 December 1983
Grade II

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SJ 97 NWBOLLINGTONHIGH STREET(East Side)2/28Nos. 8A, 10 (GalleonWine), 12 and 14; and

SJ 97 NW BOLLINGTON HIGH STREET (East Side) 2/28 Nos. 8A, 10 (Galleon Wine), 12 and 14; and nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Mill Cottages and workshop in Watson's Yard. II A warehouse, 2 shops and cottage on street front and 5 cottages and a workshop complex to the rear: C1850. West or street front. Hammer-dressed buff sandstone facade, the remainder in sandstone rubble. Kerridge stone-slate roof and 3 stone chimneys. From left to right a small entry under a cambered stone head and a shop beneath a warehouse with loading bays in 1st and 2nd floors, under coped gable. Then a 2-storey shop with window and door framed by 3 wooden pilasters supporting carved brackets and finials. 2 blocked windows above. No. 12 is a 2-unit cottage, with 16-pane sashes under flat wedged heads. Moulded doorcase with flat hood contains a 4-panelled bolection moulded door. Next is the entry into the yard under a broad elliptical rusticated head, a 12-pane sash above. The right end is a former shop similar to No. 10. South front: 5, 2-storey terraced cottages and a 2 and 3-storey workshop complex at the right end. Coursed sandstone rubble with Welsh slate roof on the south side and Kerridge stone-slate roof on the north side and 7 stone chimneys. One cottage altered but the remainder have 4-pane sashes under plain stone lintels and board doors in plain stone surrounds. Body of workshop has a 3-storey, symmetrical 3-bay front under a gable, with 8-pane top opening casements under plain stone lintels. Courtyard: short east range is part of workshop and has various rectangular openings and an entry. Rear of 3-storey buildings has loading bays in upper 2 storeys. The brick structures in the courtyard and added to the workshop are not of special interest. This is the only complete example of a yard layout in Bollington. There were several more which show as blocked arches in the street fronts.

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