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Higher Antley Cottage Higher Antley Hall, Accrington

Description: Higher Antley Cottage Higher Antley Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 9 March 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 183823

OS Grid Reference: SD7545627683
OS Grid Coordinates: 375456, 427683
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7449, -2.3736

Location: Park Crescent, Accrington, Lancashire BB5 0LW

Locality: Accrington
Local Authority: Hyndburn Borough Council
County: Lancashire
Country: England
Postcode: BB5 0LW

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Listing Text

SD 72 NE
5/26 Higher Antley Hall and

- Higher Antley Cottage
- II

Farmhouse, early C17, renovated and altered in 1927 to make 2 dwellings.
Coursed rubble with quoins, now pebble-dashed; stone slate roof with 2
ridge chimney stacks, stone gable copings and kneelers (ball finials not
original). Typical 3-bay baffle-entry 2-storey house with gabled 2-storey
porch at junction of 1st and 2nd bays, short 2-storey outshut to rear of
3rd bay. Porch has Tudor-arched doorway with deep lintel enclosed by
hoodmould, overhanging upper floor with square recess for datestone
(altered) and windows in front and sides; including these, facade has 8
renovated windows in original openings with restored hoodmoulds (one at
ground floor, 7 above), and 2 new windows which imitate these. Right
return wall has 2 original 2-light double-chamfered stone mullion
windows, and rear has one small round-headed window at 1st floor.
Interior: original large chimney stack with stone-arched fireplaces
back-to-back; otherwise altered. (Ainsworth Homesteads pp.11-13)

Listing NGR: SD7545627683

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Source: English Heritage

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