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Lower Stockclough, Livesey

Description: Lower Stockclough

Grade: II
Date Listed: 24 November 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 184715

OS Grid Reference: SD6493524796
OS Grid Coordinates: 364935, 424796
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7184, -2.5328

Location: Stockclough Lane, Feniscowles, Blackburn with Darwen BB2 5JR

Locality: Livesey
County: Blackburn with Darwen
Country: England
Postcode: BB2 5JR

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Listing Text


3/42 Lower Stockclough
- II

Farmhouse, probably c.1700 but with some evidence of earlier building,
now house. Coursed sandstone rubble (and some random rubble) with quoins,
concrete tile roof with gable chimneys. Two-bay plan with later rear
extension and outshut. Two storeys; garden front has centre door with
modern glazed porch, 5 windows with hollow-moulded mullions and chamfered
surrounds: to the left, 2 and 4 lights under one hoodmould, to the right 4
lights with hoodmould, and at 1st floor, asymmetrically arranged, 3 and 3
lights. Right return wall has 2-light flush mullion window at ground floor,
and a former 2-light stone mullion window, now casement, at 1st floor.
Rear wall has at 1st floor the corbelled base of a former garderobe.
Two-storey extension has C19 windows; remainder of rear and left return walls
embraced by wide outshut. Interior: very large chamfered beams with some
tongue stops; at 1st floor large tie beams and raked struts of roof trusses
are exposed beneath ceilings. House probably remodelled at suggested date.

Listing NGR: SD6493524796

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Source: English Heritage

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