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14-20, Mill Street

A Grade II Listed Building in Calne, Wiltshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.4374 / 51°26'14"N

Longitude: -2.0023 / 2°0'8"W

OS Eastings: 399938

OS Northings: 170939

OS Grid: ST999709

Mapcode National: GBR 2SV.YBL

Mapcode Global: VHB42.74VD

Plus Code: 9C3VCXPX+X3

Entry Name: 14-20, Mill Street

Listing Date: 22 December 1995

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1270946

English Heritage Legacy ID: 456694

Location: Calne, Wiltshire, SN11

County: Wiltshire

Civil Parish: Calne

Built-Up Area: Calne

Traditional County: Wiltshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Wiltshire

Church of England Parish: Calne and Blackland St Mary the Virgin

Church of England Diocese: Salisbury

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Listing Text


CALNE

ST9970 MILL STREET
755-1/5/97 (West side)
Nos.14-20 (Consecutive)

GV II

Row of 6 cottages with 7th cottage to rear. Mid/late C18,
except Nos 14 and 15 probably of early C19; late C17 No.20 to
rear of No.19, refronted in late C19. Coursed limestone
rubble, pantile (of gambrel type to Nos 14 & 15) roofs with
brick stacks to gable ends and some party walls; gabled
concrete tile roof to No.20 with rear end stack. Double-depth
plan to Nos 14 & 15; Nos 16-18 each of single-unit plan with
later rear outshuts. No.20 is a late C17 2-room central-entry
plan with large heated room and small service room; it is
reached by a passage underneath and to the right of No.19.
2 storeys with attics; each cottage is one-window range,
except 2-window range to Nos 19 & 20.
Nos 14 & 15 to the left each have a small gabled dormer to the
front and similar larger C20 dormers to the rear set in a
continuous mansard roof. No.14 has C20 door to the right and
C20 windows, No.15 has C19 four-panel door to the left, a C19
paired horned plate-glass sash window to the right and a C20
two-light window to the first floor.
No.16 has C19 casement windows, 2-lights to the first floor,
3-lights to the ground floor and a C20 door to the right.
No.17 has a C19 horned 2/2-pane sash window to the first floor
and a C20 door to the left of a C20 window under C18 chamfered
wood lintel.
No.18 has a double-pitched pantile roof covering the front and
the rear left wing, added later but of similar date; the front
is rendered, incised to the ground floor, with a C20 two-light
casement window to the first floor over a C19 tripartite sash
window to the left of a late C18 frame and 6-panel door.
No.19 has brick architraves to horned 2/2-pane sashes; stone
lintel over C20 door and segmental brick arch over passage
door.
No.20 has timber lintels over C19 first-floor 3-light
casements, and central C20 door and flanking casements.
INTERIOR of No.18: the ground floor has an open fire to the
front room with ashlar lintel and jambs within a later stone
surround; the original, now exposed rubblestone rear wall
separates the rear left wing, both rooms have chamfered
crossbeams and the rear wing now has exposed rafters. The roof
to the front has trenched purlins, the roof to the rear wing
has threaded purlins and ridge with rafters resting on the
ridge. No.20 not inspected but likely to be of interest.
HISTORICAL NOTE: these are said to have been built as
millworkers' cottages, the attics originally interlinked where
wool was dried. These cottages occupy a prominent position
close to the Church of St Mary (qv).


Listing NGR: ST9994270935

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