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Description: Dean Farmhouse
Date Listed: 1 April 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 183529
OS Grid Reference: SD7981737419
OS Grid Coordinates: 379817, 437419
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8326, -2.3081
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SD 73 NE
3/44 Dean Farmhouse
House, 1574, extended mid C19. Sandstone rubble with modern tile roof.
Comprises 2 parallel ranges, the western one earlier. 2 storeys with
attic. South wall has twin gables, the right-hand one C19 and blank with
chimney cap. The left-hand one has double-chamfered mullioned windows. On
the ground floor is one of 14 lights with transom and hood, the upper
lights with round heads. The 1st floor window is of 5 lights with hood,
and the attic window of 2 lights. Above the ground-floor window is a worn
inscription which appears to read: 'This House was builded by Hugh Moore,
Son of Christover Moore auldest brother son, and Letis Hugh wife in the
yeare of oure Lord God 1574.' The west wall has a blocked one-light
chamfered 1st floor window. The 2 chimney caps appear to be C19. The C19
range has an east wall of 3 bays which have windows with stone surrounds
and flat-faced mullions, of 2 lights except for the left-hand one on the
ground floor which is of 3 lights. To the right of the middle window on
the ground floor is a door with plain stone surround. The right-hand gable
wall of this range has a blocked 1st floor door with plain stone surround,
once to a granary. The adjoining gable to the west range has flush
chamfered mullioned windows to the 1st and attic floors. Interior appears
to have no exposed features of architectural interest.
Listing NGR: SD7981737419
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Source: English Heritage
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