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Date Listed: 7 March 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 182110
OS Grid Reference: SD5264764543
OS Grid Coordinates: 352647, 464543
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0746, -2.7252
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SD 56 SW CATON-WITH-LITTLEDALE LANCASTER ROAD (SOUTH SIDE)
House, 1833. Sandstone ashlar with stone slate roof. A symmetrical Tudor
Gothic composition of 2 storeys and 3 bays. Each window has a mullion and a
transom, and a hood. Narrow octagonal corner turrets have finials with ogee
caps. Central gable has 3 similar finials, and a tracery border enclosing a
shield of arms with a crest with motto. The door has tracery decoration and a
surround with Tudor-arched head and spandrel decoration. Above is a plaque
inscribed: 'HANC DOMVM SITV VETVSTIORIS EXTRVXIT THOMAS BERRY AD MDCCXLV.
INSTAVRAVIT RI SPARLING-BERRY ANNO DOMINI MDCCCXXXIII.' (A.D. 1745 Thomas
Berry built this house on the site of an older one. Ri[chard] sparling-Berry
restored it A.D. 1833). The gable chimneys have diagonal caps.
Listing NGR: SD5264764543
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Source: English Heritage
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