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Ivy Cottage, Lower Broughton Road


  • Address: 388 and 390 Lower Broughton Rd
  • Vicinity: Priory Grove, Salford
  • Travel Genus: Sight
  • Sight Category: Building

Ivy Cottage, Lower Broughton Road is a pair of Mid C19 cottages with substantial remains of earlier core, probably C17. The dwellings are 2-storeyed, brick with remains of timber-framing, and Welsh slate roof. The two cottages were built along parallel ranges originally symmetrical and joined by a lower wing. - AsNotedIn


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Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
1600/00/00 No 388 Mid C19 but with substantial remains of earlier core, probably C17. Painted brick with remnants of timber-framing in square panels to right, and heavy slate roof.
1639/12/04 Jeremiah Horrocks and William Crabtree become the first astronomers to use telescopes to observe the transit of Venus on Sunday 24 November (4 December New Style). Horrocks predicted the transit by using better data than available to Kepler. Transits of Venus
1850/00/00 No 390 probably built mid C19. Doorway is centre of main elevation, in recessed porch with timber lintel and decoration in the spandrels, and projecting squared bay windows each side, possibly added in later C19.

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Particulars for Ivy Cottage, Lower Broughton Road:
Area of Significance Architecture
Sight Category Building
Building Type House
Criteria Person
Owner Private
Historic Use Single dwelling

Data
English Listed Building List Entry Number: 1386146



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