The following 12 houses are in the hamlet of Green Bottom.
The Ark has been extended since it was originally built.
Beulah Cottage, now one cottage, was originally 3. A small general shop was originally part of the wall at the front of the property.
Burr Cottage, formerly known as Woodside, was two cottages at one time.
The Cider House, formerly known as The Firs, was extensively renovated about 50 years ago.
The Cottage, once known as Uncle Tom’s, was one of the original “2 up 2 down” cottages.
Eastville, was a tiny cottage when the current owners moved there 50 years ago. They extended it to fit their growing family.
Nut Tree Cottage, perches above the rest in Green Bottom. Originally 3 small dwellings, it was long ago home to the Gardner family.
The Old Pump House sits alongside the Waterworks, towards Edge Hills. It was the home to the first Superintendent of the Waterworks, Mr. Jefferies.
Rose Cottage, was originally 2 small cottages and is now home to one family.
Pear Tree Cottage owns the land in front, known as The Orchard.
Rowanlee, at the lower entrance to Green Bottom, was the last house to be built in the hamlet.
Stonar Cottage, one of the earlier dwellings, at one time ran a bakery/shop. The sweeties were very popular with the children when money allowed.