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House on South Side of Farmyard at Ringstones and Farm Buildings Adjoining in Same Range, Tatham

Description: House on South Side of Farmyard at Ringstones and Farm Buildings Adjoining in Same Range

Grade: II
Date Listed: 4 October 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 182648

OS Grid Reference: SD6641065383
OS Grid Coordinates: 366410, 465383
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0833, -2.5149

Location: Ringstones Lane, Tatham, Lancashire LA2 8RB

Locality: Tatham
Local Authority: Lancaster City Council
County: Lancashire
Country: England
Postcode: LA2 8RB

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Listing Text


3/111 House on south side of farmyard at
4-10-1967 Ringstones and farm buildings
adjoining in same range


House, 1676, with C18th farm buildings. Sandstone rubble with stone slate
roof. 2 storeys. South wall of 3 bays with drip course. Windows have
rebated and chamfered surrounds. The left-hand bay has blocked one-light
windows. The ground-floor window of the 2nd bay is of 3 lights with
flat-faced mullions. The right-hand window has one mullion remaining. No
mullions remain on the 1st floor. Chimney to right. The left-hand part of
the roof has collapsed, as has part of the roof and of the front wall of
the adjoining barn, which has projecting throughs. On the north side the
house has a one-light rebated and chamfered window on each side of the
door, the left-hand one with plain lintel. On the 1st floor there is a
window with plain reveals. The door has a surround whose moulding forms an
ogee shape on the lintel, which is inscribed: 'IT 1676'. The wall of the
barn adjoining to the right has partly collapsed. Beyond is a wide
entrance with segmental arch and a door, both with plain reveals. The farm
building to the left has a wide entrance with segmental arch, and a 1st
floor opening above to the right. Inside, the house has a wide moulded
fireplace with a segmental arch whose voussoirs have masons' marks.
Resting on the arch are 2 chamfered axial main joists. The lower part of
the stair is of stone, the treads re-used from a spiral stair. The parlour
has a stone fireplace. Now unoccupied and derelict.

Listing NGR: SD6641065383

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Source: English Heritage

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