Burmington Mill House

Description of this historic site

Burmington Mill House which dates to the Imprerial period. It is located 300m north west of the church.

Notes about this historic site

1 Dated 1752 with figures cut on a moulded panel. Stone with stuccoed front, 3-light metal casements. Moulded wood doorcase with open pediment. Old tiled roof with three dormers.
2 House now two cottages. Dated 1932. Probably limestone, now rendered, with stone slate roof and brick ridge and end stacks. Two storeys plus attic; three-window range, three-unit plan. To the left a 19th century canted bay. To right and to three first floor openings a 19th century, three-light casement. Three 19th century gabled dormers. To the left a 19th century two-storey 19th century brick rendered range with slate roof and two 12-pane sashes to each floor. In 18th century range, to centre, a stone moulded date stone inscribed ‘JCE/OF N/1732’.

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