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Description: Outbuilding Approximately 40 Metres East of Spriddlestone Barton Farmhouse
Date Listed: 19 July 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 100289
OS Grid Reference: SX5323451571
OS Grid Coordinates: 253234, 51571
Latitude/Longitude: 50.3457, -4.0641
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SX 55 SW BRIXTON SPRIDDLESTONE
approximately 40 metres
east of Spriddlestone
( formerly listed as
Spriddlestone 60 yards
south west of
Farm building now a roofless ruin. Circa C18 or early C19. Slate rubble with reused
granite window and door frames. Now roofless. All four walls survive including end
gables. Now almost entirely covered in ivy. Originally two storeys. Front to road
has four-centred arch roll moulded door frame with small carved spandrels, a window
with similar moulding and another window with hollow chamfered frame. A first floor
window is completely covered in ivy and cannot be described. In the south east gable
end a reused roll moulded granite window and at rear some reused tracery to form a
Spriddlestone was the seat of a branch of the Fortescue family from circa 1355 to
1785. The large medieval house, which was enlarged in C16, has gone, but some of the
material has been reused in this outbuilding and in the barn and shippen
approximately 50 metres south south east of Spriddlestone Barton Farmhouse qv.
Listing NGR: SX5323451571
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Source: English Heritage
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