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Mislet Cottage


Mislet Cottage on Heanling Lane was built in c.1701 and used as a Friends' Meeing House (Quakers). At one time the farm here at Mislet supported 25 Friends and there were two other Quaker farms nearby. The meeting closed in 1822 and the building was sold in 1833. It is now a holiday cottage for a tenant farmer.[1] Mislet Cottage is a Grade II listed building on the National Heritage List for England.

Mislet Historic Buildings and Monuments in Windermere CP Quakers
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MISLET COTTAGE - List Entry
- "C17. Was once a Friends Meeting House. Single storey. Roughcast stone rubble, old slate roof, gabled porch, 2 small windows to left and chimney above, 2 larger windows to right ...

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List number: 1281747
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: SD4322399655

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