Stratford St Mary cottage

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keepclicking on March 26, 2012

In the heart of Constable country.

GasGasL€X on March 27, 2012

Nice iconic building, did the Bard live in one of these nearby?

keepclicking on March 27, 2012

Wrong Stratford for the Bard. He resided in Startford upon Avon in Warwickshire. This neck of the woods famous son is one John Constable, painter of the early 1800's who painted the Hay Wain, Dedham Vale etc.

Andy Rodker on March 27, 2012

Nice long jetty (apparently). Like. Best, Andy

Nick Weall on March 29, 2012

Bags of character

keepclicking on March 29, 2012

Agreed Nick, but would you want to live there?

Nick Weall on March 29, 2012

No thanks KC ~ I'm feeling old enough as it is, without occupying such a twisty twirly house, full of low beams and spiders :)))

keepclicking on March 29, 2012

A friend of mine once thought he had cracked the idyll of living in one. What a pain. He lasted about nine months till he bolted for something with a few more right angles in it. Just walking across the foor was like being on a roller coaster.

Nick Weall on March 29, 2012

No wonder retired sea captains like em so much :)))

Rosalyn Hilborne on March 30, 2012

I just love this kind of architecture, so much of it in Suffolk too. As for living it one...the upkeep would be tremendous! I think I'll stick to my 1967 build with 2005 extensions, and I can tell you which bits are the warmest! (2005) L&F.

Cheers, Rosa.

keepclicking on March 30, 2012

I'm in a 1908 Victorian and it is a pain with upkeep. I much prefer the charachter, but there is a lot to b said for new build. As to this late 1500's at a guess, where would one start???

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