Brook Cottage, Gorey

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Brook Cottage, Gorey


This is one of at least three properties of the same name in St Martin, distinguished from the others by being in the centre of Gorey Village

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Property name

Brook Cottage


Old Road, Gorey Village, St Martin

Type of property

Early 19th century fisherman's cottage built during Gorey's oyster fishing times


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Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Characteristic example of a small single-storey fisherman's cottage, built circa 1830 for the English fishermen who settled to work in the oyster industry in the 19th century. Forms an integral part of a group of similar cottages in Old Road and New Road.

End terrace, single storey, five bays.

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