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Description: Green Hill Farmhouse and Attached Barn
Date Listed: 30 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 185702
OS Grid Reference: SD8077417466
OS Grid Coordinates: 380774, 417466
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6533, -2.2923
SD 81 NW RAMSBOTTOM BAMFORD ROAD
10/124 Green Hill Farmhouse
- and attached barn
Farmhouse, early C17, now house, with barn C18 attached at rear. Coursed
sandstone (barn watershot), stone slate roof with a ridge chimney at the
junction of the 2nd and 3rd bays, later brick chimneys at front left corner
and right gable. Three-bay plan with opposed entries to one side of axial
chimney stack. Two storeys; low single-storey gabled porch at junction of
2nd and 3rd bays protecting a Tudor-arched doorway with stop-chamfered
surround (similar doorway in rear wall now covered by later addition), a
modern window to the right, 2 replacement 3-light double-chamfered stone
mullion windows above, otherwise all windows original: at ground floor 4,5 and
2 lights, all double chamfered mullions with hoodmoulds, (the first 2 each
lacking one mullion), and at 1st floor 4 lights with flush mullions and 3
lights with double-chamfered mullions. Both return walls have similar 3-light
windows lacking one mullion, right also has attic window, and rear has 2
similar 3-light windows both partly concealed by the added barn (all these at
1st floor). Interior: 1st and 2nd bays have stop-chamfered beams, those in
the 2nd bay supported by a replacement bressummer; stone flagged floors
(stepped down in 3rd bay); salt cupboard to right of present fireplace;
original roof truss; otherwise altered. Two-bay barn attached at right angle
to rear wall has segmental-headed wagon entrance on east side (blocked).
Listing NGR: SD8077417466
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Source: English Heritage
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