Property map references
Please refer to Map 1 shown on a separate page
1. 1 and 3 Deepdale Lane
Late C19 pair of cottages. 2— storey, stone walls, brown concrete tile roof. Horizontal sliding sash windows. Yellow brick chimney stacks. No 3 unoccupied and in a poor state or repair.
2. 25, East Street, The Old Vicarage
Late C18, former Vicarage. Limestone rubble with pantile roof. Two brick gable chimney stacks. Sash windows. Listed Building.
3. 18 The Crescent
Late C17 cottage with C20 alterations. Limestone rubble with steep pitched pantile roof. Central brick ridge chimney stack. Mixture of sash and casement windows. Listed Building.
4. Workshop, Scothern Road
Single storey workshop, limestone rubble with pantile roof. Lower stone and pantile outbuilding to south, stone wall flanking to north.
5. 6 and 8 East Street
C19 house, stone walls, pantile roof, casement windows.
6. Poplar Farm farmbuildings
L plan. 2—storey limestone barn with pantiled roof. Northern range of single storey stone and pantile cart sheds
7. Poplar Farm
Early C19 farmhouse with C20 alterations. Limestone rubble with ashlar quoins, hipped slate roof, two yellow brick chimney stacks. C20 windows.
8. Walnut Farmhouse, barn and Stables
Stable block links barn to house. They are late C17 with early C19 alterations. Limestone rubble with pantile roofs. House is limewashed, with brick coped gables, two brick gable and one ridge chimney stacks, sliding sash windows. Stable has C17 roof timbers and mangers, hayracks and halter pegs. Barn is C18. Listed Building.
9. Washhouse at Walnut Farm
Early C19 single storey washhouse and coal store. Limestone rubble gable ends and yellow brick. Listed Building.
10. 4 and 6 Chapel Lane
Pair of late C19 cottages, stone with pantile roofs, modern window.
11. Workshop and Store, Chapel Lane
Former Methodist Chapel of 1863. Yellow brick with hipped pantile roof. Centrally hinged windows with glazing bars dividing them into 12 main lights with 18 surrounding subsidiary lights.
12. 23—33 Chapel Lane
Terraced row of six cottages, late C19. Yellow brick, pantiled roofs, four ridge and one gable, brick chimney stacks. A variety of C20 windows, all bar one fitted into the original apertures. Attractive iron railings and gates along the front
13. 7 to 21 Chapel Lane
Terraced row of seven cottages, early C19. Limestone walls, pantiled roofs with six ridge and one gable, yellow brick, chimney stacks. A variety of window styles in original apertures.
14. 2 and 6 Cross Street
Two cottages, formerly three, late C19. Yellow brick and pantile, both with recent extensions. Sliding sash windows.
15. 7 The Green
Yellow brick and slate. c19 remodelling of an earlier house. Horizontal sliding sash windows.
16. 9 East Lane
House dated 1884. Red brick with brown brick bands and slate roof. Sash windows. Decorated ridge tiles, remarkable finials at gable ends, and fretworked bargeboards.
17. The Barn
Former house and barn. 2—storey. Converted into four flats 1979. Limestone rubble with red brick
quoins, pantile roof.
18. 15 The Green
Late C19, former farmhouse, red brick front, limestone gables and rear. Central red brick chimney stack on pantiled roof. Sash windows. Refurbished 1979.
19. 16 The Green
Red brick and pantile, late C19 house, bay windows to ground floor, sashes to first floor.
20. Beck House, Barn and Stable Range
Beck House, C16 with minor C19 and C20 alterations. Limestone rubble with steeply pitched pantile roof. Casement windows. Early C18 barn and C18 stables, both limestone, the former with brick dressings, pantiled roofs. Listed Buildings.
21. 3 and 4 The Green
Pair of yellow brick fronted stone cottages, pantile roof, horizontal sliding windows.
22. 2 The Green
Late C18 house. Limestone rubble, pantile roof, two red brick chimney stacks, C20 casement windows. Listed Building.
23. The Plough Inn
Public House. Late C17 with C18 alterations. Limestone rubble, pantile roof with one yellow brick chimney stack. Mixture of sash ·and casement windows. Listed Building.
24. 22 The Green
Formerly Church Institute, built late C19, converted into offices in 1974. Red brick and pantile with mock half timbered, cream painted first floor elevation to Green. C20 windows.
25. 1 Church Street
Former house, converted into offices 1979. Late C17 with C18 and C19 alterations. Painted limestone rubble, concrete tiled roof, two brick gable chimney stacks. Sash windows. Listed Building.
26. 11 Church Street
House, formerly two houses. Late C18 with C19 and C20 alterations. Limestone rubble with brick dressing, pantile roof, sash windows. Listed Building.
27. 10 Church Street
Early C19 house with C20 alterations. Painted limestone rubble, pantile roof, two brick chimney stacks. C20 sash windows. Listed Building.
28. All Saints Church
Parish Church. Early and mid C13, C14, C15, C16, C18, restored 1889. Limestone rubble with lead roofs. Tower, nave, two aisles, porch, chancel and vestry. Listed Building.
Limestone gravestone, 1732, inscribed "Tho Gardiner Post Boy of Lincoln Barbourously Murdered by Issac Tho Hallday Jan 3 1732 Aged
19". Listed Building.
30. Stone Coffin
Stone coffin. C15. Listed Building.
31. Old School and School House
Former school, now used for community purposes, and school house. Dated 1856. Limestone rubble, slate roofs. Listed Building.
32. The Old Vicarage, Vicarage Lane
Former vicarage. Yellow brick with slate roof, sash windows. Late C19.
33. 5 Beckside
Late C18 cottage, formerly a pair with minor C20 alterations. Limestone rubble, pantiled roof with two brick gable chimney stacks. Sliding sash windows. Listed Building.
34. 21 and 22 Beckside
Pair of cottages, formerly four, late C19 with C20 alterations. Limestone walls, pantile roof, modern casement windows. Important roofscape.
35. 1,2,3,4 The Rookery
Row of four late C19 cottages, limestone walls, pantile roof. No 1 has sash windows, 2, 3 and 4 modern casements. Important roofscape.
36. 5 The Rookery
Late C19 stone house with pantiled roof. Modern casement windows, important roofscape.
37. Watermill House
Formerly house and Watermill, recently extensively rebuilt to form one house. Limestone walls, pantile roof, modern casement windows.
38. White Hart Inn
Former Court House, now public house, built about 1730 with C20 alterations. Red brick with stone dressings, pantiled roof with two brick gable chimney stacks. Listed Building.
39. 12 High Street
Yellow brick, cream painted western elevation, and pantiled cottage, part used as a bank. Sash windows, iron railings to road.
40. 10 High Street
House, limestone walls, pantiled roof, sliding sash windows.
41. Deans Barn, High Street
Storage building, dating from C17. Limestone, pantile roof, one horizontal sliding sash window to first floor, shuttered window on ground floor.
42. 19 High Street
Late C17 house with minor C19 and C20 alterations. Limestone walls, pantiled roof with dormer window and three chimney stacks. Single storey with attics. Horizontal sliding sash windows. Listed Building.
43. 27 High Street
Late C17 house with minor C18 and C20 alterations. Limestone rubble, pantiled roof with three chimney stacks. Sash windows. Listed Building.
44. Wesleyan Chapel
Methodist Chapel built 1899. Red brick with stone dressings.
45. 44 High Street
House, built 1980, half hipped pantile roof, stone walls, modern casement windows.
46. Ash Tree Farm
Barn, wagon hovel and pigeoncote, late C18 with C20 alterations. Limestone walls with brick dressings and pantile roof. Listed Building.
47. Ash Tree Farmhouse
Late C18 farmhouse with C19 and C20 alterations. Limestone walls with concrete tile and pantile hipped roof with three chimney stacks. Sash windows. Listed Building.