Circa 1860. Single storey, symmetrical pair of cottages
incorporating fabric of earlier buildings, and originally
designed as 3. Squared and snecked, stugged pink rubble
with ashlar dressings chamfered arrises, segmental lintels
N AND S ELEVATIONS: each 3-bay. Bracketted gabled
canopy to door at centre; 2-pane fanlight and boarded
door; windows in flanking bays.
E ELEVATION: 5-bay. 3 windows to centre bays; slightly
advanced, gabled outer bays with hoodmoulded bipartite
windows and square blank panels in apex.
W ELEVATION: 5-bay. Gabled porch advanced at centre,
with doorways on return sides and window to W.
Windows in flanking bays; advanced outer bays gabled
with single windows.
6-pane glazing pattern to sash and case windows. Timber
eaves brackets and decorative brackets and barge
boarding to door canopies. Purple slates. Coped ridge