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1 The Knapp Haslingfield

1 The Knapp, Elizabeth Cottage, Haslingfield

History of 1 The Knapp, Haslingfield

Listed building:

Cottage. Mid-late C17, early C18, and enlarged late C20. Timber-framed, rendered. Originally thatched, now pantiled, and half hipped.

The ground floor was originally open to the roof. A floor was inserted in the 18th century when a red brick hearth and stack were built. The beam size changes from 4 by 2 inches to 3 inches square indicating that the oldest part may be dated to about 1580.


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