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Description: Tankerdale Farmhouse
Date Listed: 16 March 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 143239
OS Grid Reference: SU7663225832
OS Grid Coordinates: 476632, 125832
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0268, -0.9087
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STEEP BOWYERS COMMON
SU 72 NE
10/24 Tankerdale Farmhouse
House. Early and late C16, C17, early c19, C20. Varied walls; the bricknogged
timber-frame is exposed in the north-west gable, the north-east elevation and the
staircase wing, with close-studding infilled with ironstone in part: the lower
walls on the other two sides are roughcast, on a plinth, the upper being tile-hung
with scalloped bands. There is a massive tapered stack of stone and brick,
attached to the gable. Tile roof, gabled and half-hipped; shafted middle stack. A
three-bay lobby-entrance framed building, with later cladding; two storeys and
attic, south-west front of 3 windows. Casements, the front has four large sashes:
there are remains of diagonal oak mullions. 6-panelled door in a plain frame, with
moulded canopy on carved brackets. Interior: two massive chimney bressummers (one
hidden) and a Tudor-arched fireplace in brickwork with chamfer. The winding stair-
case is original, with moulded mullions to the small casements (some filled). The
main floor beams are moulded. A small area of exposed purlin is inscribed M.E 1711.
Listing NGR: SU7452125838
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Source: English Heritage
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