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Number 12 (Adel Cottage) and Number 10, Garden Wall and Outhouse Adjoining to Rear

A Grade II Listed Building in Appleby, North Lincolnshire

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Latitude: 53.6208 / 53°37'14"N

Longitude: -0.5659 / 0°33'57"W

OS Eastings: 494952

OS Northings: 414759

OS Grid: SE949147

Mapcode National: GBR SVHK.8S

Mapcode Global: WHGG7.88R2

Plus Code: 9C5XJCCM+8J

Entry Name: Number 12 (Adel Cottage) and Number 10, Garden Wall and Outhouse Adjoining to Rear

Listing Date: 6 January 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1083729

English Heritage Legacy ID: 165964

Location: Appleby, North Lincolnshire, DN15

County: North Lincolnshire

Civil Parish: Appleby

Built-Up Area: Appleby

Traditional County: Lincolnshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lincolnshire

Church of England Parish: Appleby St Bartholomew

Church of England Diocese: Lincoln

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(east side)

16/5 No 12 (Adel Cottage) and
No 10, garden wall and
outhouse adjoining to


Pair of houses with garden wall and outhouse to rear. 1870s for Winn
Estate. House and outhouse of dressed limestone with red brick dressings
and yellow brick details; pantile roofs. Garden wall of red brick. U-
shaped on plan: each house with entrance hall to central range, front
parlour and rear kitchen/pantry to side wing. 2 storeys, 3 first-floor
windows: single-window central range with entrances in angles, flanked by
projecting gabled wings. Chamfered plinth, raised quoins. Board doors in
chamfered wooden frames and central 3-light window beneath continuous porch
with sloping roof carried on corbelled timber brackets. 3-light windows to
side wings. 3-course first-floor band with central cogged yellow brick
course. Similar, smaller first-floor windows. All windows with chamfered
wooden mullions and glazing bars in raised brick surrounds with painted
sills and rubbed-brick cambered arches, apart from first floor centre which
has a glazed gable above, breaking the eaves line. 3-course stepped and
cogged brick eaves cornice to central section, continued as raking cornices
to wings, forming broken pediments to gables with overhanging eaves and
plain bargeboards. Partly-projecting stacks to left and right returns have
quoins, ashlar offsets, brick lozenge panels to lower sections, brick bands
to upper sections, stepped and cogged brick cornices; pair of original
square-section crested pots to left, 4 replacement cylindrical pots to
right. Side walls flanking the stacks have pair of large interlocking brick
lozenge panels to ground floor, first-floor cogged brick band, series of 3
small lozenge panels to first floor, cogged brick eaves cornice. Adjoining
brick-coped wall separating the gardens to the rear connects with single-
storey outhouse with plinth, quoins, board doors and cogged brick eaves and
raking cornices similar to house. Included as an example of the series of
houses built in the village for Rowland Winn of Nostell, later Lord St
Oswald, from plans published by the Salopian Society. N J Lyons, Small
Houses since 1750 in North-West Lincolnshire, 1985, xiii.

Listing NGR: SE9495214759

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