You are at Badgers Green (27)
This roughcast whitewashed house, in the angle where West End turns to run westwards, was originally built as three separate cottages in the early 17th century. By 1827 it had become a large single house known as Rose Cottage. It acquired its present name in more recent years. There is a brick segmented arch, now incorporated in the right hand (southern) half of the house, which was the drive for carriages.