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Bank Farm, Hambleton

Description: Bank Farm

Grade: DL
Date Listed: 2 August 1991
Date Delisted: 30 April 1999
English Heritage Building ID: 185054

OS Grid Reference: SD3670041917
OS Grid Coordinates: 336700, 441917
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8696, -2.9641

Location: Hambleton, Lancashire FY6 9BX

Locality: Hambleton
Local Authority: Wyre Borough Council
County: Lancashire
Country: England
Postcode: FY6 9BX

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Listing Text

The following building was de-listed on 30th April 1999.



Farmhouse, early-Cl8. Largely cobbles and sandstone rubble, with
bricks to front, and slate roofs with coped gables with kneelers.
Three-unit, single-depth, baffle-entry plan with the doorway
between the first and second units, and a rear outshot to the
right containing a dog-leg staircase and (originally) a dairy;
chimney stacks between the first and second units and on the
right-hand gable. Three bays and two storeys with attics. The
front elevation (probably a mid-C18 modernisation) is, above a
cobble base c.75 cms high, of brickwork laid in a slightly
irregular English garden wall bond with penny-struck joints and
chamfered stone quoins at both ends. The windows and doorway have
plain surrounds. The doorway has a canopy formed of a single
sandstone flag carried on a pair of brackets. The door has six
raised and fielded panels with three glazed square lights above.
The windows have 16-pane sashes, without horns and with fairly
thick glazing bars and (on the ground floor) the pins to carry
external shutters. The rear and left-hand side are of slobbered
cobbles and sandstone rubble; the right-hand side is probably
similar, but has a cement render scored to resemble ashlar.
Interior could not be inspected, but understood to contain a
purlin roof without trusses, first-floor ceilings of straw and
plaster; a fireside cupboard in the right-hand ground-floor room
with doors with shouldered raised and fielded panels, and a dog-
leg stair.

Listing NGR: SD3670041917

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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