Bakers Mill - Until the middle of the C19 known as Twissels Mill (Grade 2 Listed)

Title

Bakers Mill - Until the middle of the C19 known as Twissels Mill (Grade 2 Listed)

Subject

Photographs L - R, T - B :-

1 & 2. Bakers Mill
3. Bakers Mill and Frampton
4 - 6. Bakers Mill 1908
7. Bakers Mill - Bill of Works, 1927
8. Bakers Mill c. 1975

Bakers Mill is a Grade 2 Listed Building in The National Heritage List for England, an extract from its description, taken from the listing details, is as below.

Description

Overview :
Until the middle of the nineteenth century this was known as Twissell's Mill after the family who had owned it since at least 1581. Mainly worked as a corn mill, it was equipped as a cloth mill in 1821. This building gives an idea of how small the early mills were.

Extract from Grade 2 Listing description :
Formerly mill house, now detached house. Mid-late C17; c1960 enlargement. Random rubble limestone; ashlar and rubble chimneys; stone slate roof. Two-storey with attic. Later range to east forms L-plan.

Picturesque position alongside mill pond.

Source

Oakridge History Group

Relation

Bakers Mill is a Grade 2 Listed Building in The National Heritage List for England, you can see its full listing details here :
http://list.historicengland.org.uk/resultsingle.aspx?uid=1091262

Identifier

A61 A62 B57

Files

Bakers Mill
Bakers Mill
Bakers Mill and Frampton
Bakers Mill, 1908
Bakers Mill, 1908
Bakers Mill, 1908
Specification for building works, Baker's Mill, 1927
Bakers Mill c. 1975

Collection

Citation

“Bakers Mill - Until the middle of the C19 known as Twissels Mill (Grade 2 Listed),” Oakridge Community Archives, accessed September 26, 2017, http://oakridgecommunityarchives.org/items/show/30.

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