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Description: 74 and 76, Main Street
Date Listed: 7 November 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 182004
OS Grid Reference: SD4987272212
OS Grid Coordinates: 349872, 472212
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1433, -2.7688
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SD 47 SE WARTON MAIN STREET (SOUTH SIDE)
3/234 Nos. 74 and 76
Houses. 1634, altered. Limestone rubble with sandstone dressings and slate
roof. 2 storeys. Drip course, now cut back, runs across both houses.
No.76 (to left) has modern porch to doorway with plain reveals, a modern
window with rebated and chamfered head to the right and a rebated and
chamfered 1st floor window surround. Present windows to No.74 are sashed
with plain stone heads and cement jambs, with one to the left of the door
and 4 on the 1st floor. At far left is a blocked one-light C17th chamfered
window. At the right is a wide triangular-headed chamfered opening to The
Thoroughfare, with matching opening in the rear wall. Front door has plain
stone surround with '1634 RH' in raised letters with shield on lintel.
Chimneys between Nos. 74 and 76, and to left and right of opening to The
Thoroughfare. Coping and footstone on right-hand gable. Rear wall pebble-
dashed, with chamfered window surround having fixed light with glazing bars
over yard entrance, and some rebated and chamfered surrounds.
Listing NGR: SD4987272212
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Source: English Heritage
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