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This grade II listed Toll House is thought to have been built for the Stroud, Caincross and Minchinhampton, Lower Division Turnpike Trust in 1825.

 

In the form of a lodge house with angular front, it has two storeys on a canted bay front floor plan, having a hipped, hip over bay, slate roof with an ashlar chimney stack to one side.

 

Many of the slates were cracked and damaged and roof timbers were broken and rotting in places. The roof was stripped back to timbers which were repaired and new slates were replaced and finished with lead flashing.

Butterrow Gate Toll House, Stroud

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