Raveley, Great

An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Huntingdonshire. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1926.

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66. RAVELEY, GREAT (C.c.).

(O.S. 6 in. XIV. N.W.)

Great Raveley is a parish and small village 3½ m. S.W. of Ramsey.

Secular

(1). Moygnes Moat at Raveley Wood, N.W. of the village.

Monuments (2–7).

The following monuments, unless otherwise described, are of the 17th century and of two storeys, timber-framed and plastered; the roofs are tiled or thatched. Some of the buildings have original chimney-stacks and exposed ceiling-beams.

Condition—Good or fairly good, unless noted.

(2). Manor House, near the S.E. end of the village, is mostly modern but incorporates a 17th-century portion with an original chimney-stack having splayed offsets and two detached diagonal shafts.

(3). Three Horseshoes Inn, 320 yards N.W. of (2), has an original chimney-stack with grouped diagonal shafts and pilasters.

(4). Cottage, 250 yards N.W. of (3) has a modern house adjoining on the N.E.

Condition—Poor.

(5). Cottage, 100 yards N.W. of (4).

(6). Cottage, opposite (4), has an original chimney-stack with grouped diagonal shafts.

(7). Barn at White House Farm, 100 yards N.W. of (5), is weather-boarded.