A terrace of three cottages, the southernmost built as a barn.
No. 1Following the death of Gerald Wheeldon in 2017, it was for sale at £250,000 and consisted of a dining room (13' 8" x 15' 11") with front entrance, stairs and leading to the kitchen (9' x 10") and living room (15' 5" x 13' 7"). Two bedrooms upstairs: 20' x 16' 6", 13' 3" x 15' 11" and bathroom 7' 4" x 7'.
No. 2A private dwelling.
No. 3Originally a barn, now a private dwelling.
ListingPair of cottages and barn, now three cottages. Early C19. Red brick with Welsh slate roof. Brick ridge and gable end stacks. Two storeys. West elevation of four bays in the rhythm A, B, A, B, A, B, A. 'A' having a 2-light small pane casement window under segmental arch to ground floor with similar but smaller window above. 'B' has a doorway under segmental arch with plank door. In the right hand half blocked breathers are evidence of the former use as a barn.
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