This cottage is believed to date to the late 17th or early 18th century. Its name is significant to the history of the village as there were numerous residents in the village, possibly dating as far back as the 16th century,  whose surname was a variation on the name of the cottage.

The cottage retains much of its original character to the front, and makes a positive contribution to the conservation area, but to the rear, there is a dominant 20th century extension. The client wanted to further extend the ground floor level so Harrison Architectural Heritage advised the architect on how to not only minimise impact, but take the opportunity to enhance the setting. The design was subsequently approved by the local authority.

Thatched cottage, late 17th early 18th century