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Description: Little Banister Hey and Former Stable Adjoining
Date Listed: 17 April 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 185449
OS Grid Reference: SD5399142513
OS Grid Coordinates: 353991, 442513
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8768, -2.7013
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SD 54 SW
Little Banister Hey and former stable
House, C17, altered. Rendered rubble with steep artificial slate roof
replacing thatch. One storey with attic. Windows and doors modern with
rendered surrounds. To the left of the main door there are 2 windows. To
the right there are 2 windows, with a second door between them. The attic
is lit by 3 dormers. Chimney to left of door. Inside, in the part of the
house to the right of the main door, there are 2 cruck trusses. In the
attic the upper parts of the trusses are visible, although they no longer
support the raised roof. The right-hand (south-east) one is of re-used
timber. The other one is of light scantling and has bark remaining. The
room to the left of the door has 2 chamfered and stopped main joists
resting on a chamfered and stopped firehood bressumer which has a heck
post with decorated top.
Listing NGR: SD5399142513
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Source: English Heritage
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