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Good Morning Everyone,

November sunshine, could there be a better time to photograph buildings, than when the sun is bright but low.

Please see in New Tab.

This is a weaver's cottage in the village, where I live.

A weaver's cottage can always be recognised by the many small windows, situated on the top floor of the building, to gain maximum light.

Wikipedia - Weavers' cottages were common in Great Britain, often with dwelling quarters on the lower floors and loom-shop on the top floor. A loom-shop can be often recognised by a long row of windows which provided maximum light for the weaver.

This is a particularly interesting, well maintained weaver's cottage, which, with its extension, has been adapted to modern living.
It has four storeys; a cellar which was once used for butter making but makes a great place for cool storage and the freezer, a ground floor with kitchen, dining room and lounge, a first floor with three bedrooms and bathroom and an extremely large second floor bedroom, full of character, as you can imagine.

No, it's not for sale but provides lots of local interest!

Have a good w/e, Bev :-)

I know Ike likes to search out buildings so the link is 53.8451524,-2.1411979

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