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Farm Building South East of Stauvin Farmhouse, Roeburndale

Description: Farm Building South East of Stauvin Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 4 October 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 182588

OS Grid Reference: SD6192564639
OS Grid Coordinates: 361925, 464639
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0763, -2.5834

Location: Salter, Lancashire LA2 8QS

Locality: Roeburndale
Local Authority: Lancaster City Council
County: Lancashire
Country: England
Postcode: LA2 8QS

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Listing Text


5/52 Farm building south-east of
4-10-1967 Stauvin Farmhouse (formerly listed as
Old House in farmyard at Stauvin)
- II

Farm building, formerly house, 1696. Sandstone rubble with roof of stone
slate and slate. 2 storeys. North wall has a drip course. To the left of
the door are the remains of a window with architrave and flat-faced
mullion: its sill has been removed and a door inserted. To the right is a
rebated and chamfered surround with mullion removed. Further right is a
door set within the remains of a window architrave. On the 1st floor are
rebated and chamfered windows. At each outer side there is a blocked
2-light window. Towards the centre there is a blocked one of 3 lights and
a former 3-light window with mullions removed and sill lowered. The rear
wall has blocked rebated and chamfered windows. On the ground floor there
are 4, with a blocked fire window to the right. On the 1st floor there is
one of 2 lights and there are 2 of one light.

Listing NGR: SD6192564639

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Source: English Heritage

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