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Description: Bateson's Farmhouse and Attached Barn
Date Listed: 30 January 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 184304
OS Grid Reference: SD6020624584
OS Grid Coordinates: 360206, 424584
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7161, -2.6044
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BRINDLE STONY LANE
SD 62 SW
6/53 Bateson's Farmhouse and attached
Farmhouse, dated 1793 at 1st floor. Watershot coursed squared sandstone with
quoins, facade of dressed stone with rusticated raised quoins, slate roof on 2
levels. Double-depth 2-bay house, gable to road, with barn attached at right
end. Two storeys, almost symmetrical, with gable chimneys; doorway offset
slightly right of centre with plain jambs, moulded frieze and cornice; 2
windows on each floor, all coupled vertical rectangular with plain surrounds
and altered glazing, and between those at 1st floor a round-headed datestone
inscribed L . Left gable has 2 inserted windows at ground floor and a
square attic window; rear has plain doorway in line with that at front, a
large rectangular window to the left, coupled square windows and a single
square window at 1st floor above, a plain sillband to these carried across the
whole range including the barn. Barn, set back slightly from the front of the
house and roofed at a lower level, has an unusual square-headed wagon entrance
with long-and short jambstones and splayed voussoirs.
Listing NGR: SD6020624584
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Source: English Heritage
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