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Description: Stanley Cottage
Date Listed: 9 June 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 183639
OS Grid Reference: SD3442336733
OS Grid Coordinates: 334423, 436733
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8227, -2.9976
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STAINING STAINING ROAD
SD 33 NW
3/69 Stanley Cottage
(Formerly listed under the Civil
9.6.67 Parish of Hardhorn with Newton)
Farmhouse, late C17. Hand made brick painted white, corrugated iron sheet
roof and boxed eaves painted black (covering thatch) with brick chimney
close to present left gable. Two-bay baffle-entry plan, 2nd bay projecting
slightly to front and rear, a 3rd bay at the left end (which may have been
an addition) having collapsed at the beginning of this century. One and a
half storeys; broad brick buttress to left corner, panelled door beside it,
a small sliding sash window with glazing bars at ground floor of each bay,
the 2nd with a brick label, and in the eaves above these 2 very low 3-light
sliding sash windows. Right gable has a blocked 3-light brick mullioned
attic window above a latter lean-to; rear has similar brick mullion windows
of 5 lights to the 1st bay, 6 lights to the 2nd, most lights blocked.
Interior not inspected, but understood to have ovolo-moulded bressumer in
the housepart, similarly moulded surrounds to the twin doors to the parlour
and buttery; evidence that 2nd bay was originally lofted but housepart
celled only later; possibility that upper part of internal partition
contains a cruck truss. Watson and McClintock, Traditional Houses of the
Listing NGR: SD3442336733
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Source: English Heritage
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