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Description: The Tithe House with Gatepiers and Boundary Wall
Date Listed: 4 June 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 128880
OS Grid Reference: SP0763105076
OS Grid Coordinates: 407631, 205076
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7443, -1.8909
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SP 00 NE BARNSLEY A433, Barnsley Village
1/41 The Tithe House
(formerly listed as Nos 38 and 39)
4.G.52 with gatepiers and boundary wall
Formerly two cottages, converted to one house. Late C171early C18,
converted in late 1950s. Coursed rubble stone, stone slate roof,
stone end stacks. Single range with small lean-to at rear, 2
storeys and attic. Five windows, renewed 2-light leaded stone
mullion and transoms with stone arches on first floor, 4 similar on
ground floor without arches but with square hoodmoulds and central
moulded stone doorcase with pediment on consoles and keystone, and
recessed door with 5 panels. Two small hipped dormers with twin
casements to front, single small central gable to rear. Large
raised stone forecourt across whole of front, up 5 stone steps.
Pair of dressed stone gatepiers with pyramidal caps and pineapple
finials about 2.5 m total height, on ends of drystone wall with
flat coping stones, about 2 m high along front and left hand
return, stepping up immediately beyond left hand gatepier.
Listing NGR: SP0763105076
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Source: English Heritage
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