(Part 4, Chapter 2, Section 27) ( Bk. Index )

[ Some Other Notable Houses and Properties ]

27. Cressingham Cottage

Cressingham Cottage

Cressingham Cottage, Weavers Hill

Listed Buildings Register Entry
COTTAGE - C18. Stwo storeys. Five windows. Faced with flints with red brick dressings and quoins. Hipped thatched roof with pentice to north and south. Casement windows.
BARN - When this building was first listed it comprised two Barns at right angles to each other with the Wall linking the sout east Barn to the Cottage, but since then the north west Barn has been demolished except for the lowest portion of the wall in flints. The remaining barn is C18 and built of flints with a hipped thatched roof, but the western half of its north wall has been removed and replaced by three upright wooden posts. A flint wall with gate joins this barn at its east end to the Cottage.

Site Plan from the 1839 Tithe Map
The house is in Plot No 361 on the west side of Weavers Hill north of Pigeon House

1839 Tithe Map