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2 Buildings Flanking Garden South of Dutton Hall and Wall with Gatepiers Connecting Them, Dutton

Description: 2 Buildings Flanking Garden South of Dutton Hall and Wall with Gatepiers Connecting Them

Grade: II
Date Listed: 25 July 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 182992

OS Grid Reference: SD6621236756
OS Grid Coordinates: 366212, 436756
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8260, -2.5148

Location: Gallows Lane, Dutton, Lancashire PR3 3XX

Locality: Dutton
Local Authority: Ribble Valley Borough Council
County: Lancashire
Country: England
Postcode: PR3 3XX

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Listing Text


11.11.66 2 buildings flanking garden
south of Dutton Hall
(formerly listed as farm
buildings in courtyard plan between
gate piers and house, Dutton Hall), and
25.7.52 wall with gatepiers connecting them


Farm buildings, probably of C17th origin. Sandstone rubble with stone
slate roofs. The western building borders the road and a straight joint
suggests that it is of 2 builds. The left-hand part of the east wall
has 2 2-light chamfered mullioned windows with hoods, with a blocked
chamfered doorway with hood between them, all with tooling marks
suggesting re-dressing or an C18th or later date. The right-hand portion
has a blocked door with plain stone surround, with a blocked oval
chamfered opening above, with a wide entrance with sliding door further
right. The gables have copings. The south gable wall has a door and 2
windows with plain reveals, with a blocked oval chamfered opening above.
The north gable has a door with plain stone surround, with a round
pitching hole with plain stone surround above. The east wall has a
wide opening with sliding door at its southern end.

The western building has, at the southern end of its east wall, a blocked
doorway with semi-circular chamfered head. The cyma moulding of the jambs
continues around the outside of the voussoirs. To its right are 2
chamfered oval openings with a blocked chamfered door surround between
them. At a lower level beneath them are 2 windows with plain reveals.
Above the doorway is a chamfered round opening. Above are holes to
nesting boxes, with a continuous ledge beneath of stone slates. At the
left-hand end is another chamfered oval opening. The gables have copings
with finials. The west wall has various openings, mostly with plain stone
surrounds, and a blocked doorway with semi-circular head, matching the one
in the east wall. Linking the two buildings and enclosing the garden at
its southern side is a rubble wall with triangular coping. In the centre
are 2 ashlar gate piers, of square section with cyma cornices and ball

Listing NGR: SD6621236756

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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