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