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Description: Little Blindhurst Farmhouse
Date Listed: 17 April 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 185422
OS Grid Reference: SD5868944668
OS Grid Coordinates: 358689, 444668
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8965, -2.6301
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SD 54 SE
Little Blindhurst Farmhouse [formerly listed
9/35 as Blindhurst and adjoining stable (stable
17-4-1967 no longer listed)]
House, 1731. Slobbered rubble with slate roof. 2 storeys, 3 bays.
Double-depth, end baffle-entry plan. Moulded band. Windows have flat-faced
mullions and transoms, with a slight edge moulding, and architraves. Bays
one and 2 have cross windows. Those to bay 3 are of 6 lights. Door, at
right, has a stone porch of pilasters supporting a moulded open segmental
pediment with scalloped lower edge. Above is a Plaque with moulded border
inscribed: 'REP 1731'. End chimneys have weathered offsets, the left-hand
one also with moulded cornice. Inside, the door opens against a spere, The
fireplace has been removed, but there are axial main ceiling beams. Said
to have original stair.
Listing NGR: SD5868944668
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Source: English Heritage
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