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Description: Former Saddle House at North Side of Entrance to Toft House Farmhouse
Date Listed: 26 June 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 111835
OS Grid Reference: NY9881024817
OS Grid Coordinates: 398810, 524817
Latitude/Longitude: 54.6185, -2.0199
EGGLESTON TOFTRIGG PLANTATION
19/33 Former saddle house
26.6.87 at North side of
entrance to Toft
Probable saddle house, now farm storage building. Probably late C18 for London
Lead Company. Roughly-coursed and squared sandstone with ashlar dressings;
One-storey, one wide bay. Flat stone lintel to door at left; similar lintel
and rough slab sill to square opening at right of door. Low-pitched roof has
stone chimney with throughstone drip strings at base and near top. Rear to
Interior shows massive flat stone fire lintel in right return wall set on stone
corbel at left, and set into wall at right; 2 square lamp recesses on rear
wall and one on left wall. Roof of roughly-shaped single purlins and ridge,
and similar rafters. Ridge piece broken at time of survey.
Was the storage room for pack-horse saddles, used to carry lead-ore to nearby
smelt mill; building of bridge and road in C19 probably made this building
Listing NGR: NY9881024817
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Source: English Heritage
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