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Fecit Farmhouse with Attached Stable and Shippon, Ramsbottom

Description: Fecit Farmhouse with Attached Stable and Shippon

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 185714

OS Grid Reference: SD8200217641
OS Grid Coordinates: 382002, 417641
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6550, -2.2738

Location: Fecit Lane, Rawtenstall, Lancashire BL0 0RP

Locality: Ramsbottom
Local Authority: Rossendale Borough Council
County: Lancashire
Country: England
Postcode: BL0 0RP

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Listing Text


Fecit Farmhouse with attached
10/137 stable and shippon
- II

Farmhouse with attached stable and shippon, probably early C18, altered.
Sandstone rubble with quoins (whitewashed), stone slate roof on 3 slightly
different levels, with 2 brick chimneys on the ridge. Double-depth 2-bay
plan, the 2nd bay projecting slightly to front and rear, plus stable to left
and shippon to right, each one bay. Two storeys: prominent single storey
gabled porch offset left of centre, window to left of 2 square lights with
central mullion, triple-recessed head and thin hoodmould (right end covered by
porch), square window to right with glazing bars and similar hoodmould; 2
horizontal rectangular windows at 1st floor. Slightly higher stable and
shippon attached at each end are of large random rubble, stable having a
doorway and altered window, shippon a door and 2 windows also altered. Rear,
to rising slope, has inter alia 1st floor loading doors to stable and shippon.

Listing NGR: SD8200217641

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Source: English Heritage

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