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Winewall Farmhouse, Trawden Forest

Description: Winewall Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 23 April 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 186404

OS Grid Reference: SD9115239990
OS Grid Coordinates: 391152, 439990
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8561, -2.1360

Location: Top Lane, Trawden, Lancashire BB8 8BU

Locality: Trawden Forest
Local Authority: Pendle Borough Council
County: Lancashire
Country: England
Postcode: BB8 8BU

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Listing Text

In the entry for:-


12/238 No 29, No 31 (Winewall
Farmhouse) and No 33

- II

The list description should be amended to read:-

Row of 3 houses incorporating farmhouse. 1st half C17 with porch added 1690;
addition of c1800. Coursed rubble sandstone, the c1800 work watershot and all except
porch now painted; stone slate roof. 2 storeys, total of 7 windows to 1st floor.
No 29 on left: c1800; large quoins to left; door to right of 3-light mullioned window
on each floor all in square-faced surrounds; shaped kneelers and gable copings to
left, painted end stack. No 31 (Winewall Farmhouse) and No 33 are of 1st half (17
and formerly one house. 2-storey porch to left of No 31 has part-glazed door in
moulded surround with cusped lintel dated 'RMM 1690' and dripstone; flanking columns
with flutes and pronounced entasis beneath superimposed order with crude Ionic
capitals; 1st floor 3-light window with ovolo-moulded mullions and taller, round-
headed central light set beneath moulded pulvinated entablature; gable lozenge under
hoodmould; shaped kneelers moulded gable copings and apex finial. In left side
is a sexfoil under hoodmould. House windows to right are of 2:2 hollow-chamfered
mullioned lights under continuous hoodmould which covers a triangular-headed doorway
to No 33 and two shorter windows of same type. 1st floor: 2 and 3 two-light windows
to 31 and 33 respectively. Gable copings and end stack on right of No 33; party-wall
ridge stacks. Interior: studded door under Tudor arch within porch; oak ceiling
beams not fully inspected. 'RMM' thought to stand for Robert and Mary Midgeley
Married 1683 (RCHM p.168).
Sarah Pearson, Rural Houses of the Lancashire Pennines 1560-1760, RCHM, 1985
(plate 74).



12/238 Nos 29, 31 and 33


- II

Cottage (No 29) C18, farmhouse (No 31) and cottage (No 33) C17. Stone, stone
slate roof. Stone coping, kneelers to left. Cottage to left (No 29) has plain
doorway and one window per storey with mullions removed. To right is 2-storey
porch, door has decorated lintel and jambs with columns either side. Inner door
is Tudor arched with studded door. Above is 3-light Venetian window with
decorated columns either side ending in heavy cornice under gable. Gable has
datestone with hood mould, moulded coping, kneelers and finial at apex. To
right of porch on ground floor are two 2-light stone mullion windows, a door
with hood and two 2-light similar. Above are five 2-light windows similar.
Interior has oak beams.

Listing NGR: SD9115239990

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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