The Cottage, Wishford

Believed to have built in the C16 the old parts had been modernised around the timber framed structure.


Some of the oak timbers had housed some smaller residents. Their exit holes are mainly now refurbished with wax and saw dust!

This wall had a repoint and lime slurry inplace of conventional flat plaster.

The previous fireplace didn't quite look right in the setting - concrete blocks were disguising a large fireplace with a very large bread oven evidenced off to the left about 4 foot radius

What used to be the side of the cottage, now a washroom backdrop with wattle and daub structure still apparent.

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