Rothwell Wiki:Oulton

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Places in Oulton
Buildings The Nookin
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People from Oulton


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Name Built Type Heritage status
The Nookin
16th century House Listed
The Nookin is a Grade II* listed building in Oulton that dates to the 16th Century, which architectural historian Nikolaus Pevsner called the best piece of timber architecture in the district. While the date on the front beam is the 10th April 1611, this is likely the date of its renovation by Edward Tailor, and carbon dating has shown that this beam is upwards of 1000 years old.



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