Teapot Hall, Dalderby (TF 252 665) is a much-quoted example of a very simple cruck-framed cottage structure.
However, as M W Barley points out, its sloping walls would have denied headroom and are uncharacteristic of a cruck-framed cottage.
He concludes that it was not a genuine survival of a primitive tradition but was most likely built in the nineteenth century.
Unfortunately it was burned down in 1945 to celebrate VJ Day!
J D Wheeldon