100 High Street Riseley
100 High Street being rethatched April 2015
100 High Street was listed by the former Department of Environment in June 1974 as Grade II, of special interest. The cottage dates from the 18th century and is timber-framed with colour-washed plaster and brick infill. The roof is part thatched, part pantiled. The property has one storey and is built in an L-shape. There is a 20th century lean-to porch.
The valuer visiting the property [DV1/C217/99] found that it stood in a third of an acre and was owned by J Johnson and tenanted by J Dickens whose rent was £7 per annum for a living room, a kitchen, a scullery and two bedrooms. A brick and tiled barn used as a fowl shed stood outside along with a weather-boarded, tiled, plaster and thatched barn used as a store. The valuer summed the property up as: "Neat".