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Description: West Farmhouse
Date Listed: 10 November 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 186867
OS Grid Reference: SK9445600103
OS Grid Coordinates: 494456, 300103
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5905, -0.6071
SK 90 SW MAIN STREET (North Side)
6/37 No. 38 (West Farmhouse)
House. c1700, and dated 1724 and 1883. Coursed rubble stone with quoins and
stone dressings and Collyweston slate roof with moulded stone central ridge
and end stacks and red brick right end projecting stack. Stone coped gables.
2½ storeys, L plan, gable to left whose ridge line continues in wing projecting
to rear. In front gable a 4-light stone mullion window, and similar 3-light
with hood mould on 1st floor and similar 2-light in attic. To right a similar
3-light both floors. On left side further stone mullion windows, a central
C20 2 storey extension and a 3/3 sash hipped dormer and skylight on the roof.
On right end a 1 storey outhouse extension with curved end wall and the brick
projecting stack with stone tablet inscribed 'T.R.' over 1724 (the probable
date of the stack which seems an addition to a therefore earlier house). To
rear a 1 storey lean-to extension and a 2 storey extension in angle dated 1883.
Here the entrance door.
Listing NGR: SK9445600103
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Source: English Heritage
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