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121 New Road, Haslingfield

Spring Cottage, 121 New Road, Haslingfield

History of Spring Cottage

Listed building:

Cottage. Mid C17 with c.1820 alterations and mid C20 renovation. Timber-framed, roughcast and plaster rendered on brick plinth. Tiled roof, mid C20, half hipped with c.1820 grey brick upper courses to original stack.

This used to be known as Penhard’s Farm.From 1890 to 1940 it was a butchers then a general store. Next door is an 18th century pigeon house.


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