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Bridge Farmhouse and Outbuilding Adjoining to North East, Great Casterton

Description: Bridge Farmhouse and Outbuilding Adjoining to North East

Grade: II
Date Listed: 6 June 1961
English Heritage Building ID: 187094

OS Grid Reference: TF0001309102
OS Grid Coordinates: 500013, 309102
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6704, -0.5224

Location: Old Great North Road, Great Casterton, Rutland PE9 4AA

Locality: Great Casterton
County: Rutland
Country: England
Postcode: PE9 4AA

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Listing Text

11/5 (east side)

6.6.61 Bridge Farmhouse, and
outbuilding adjoining
to north-east
(formerly listed
II as Bridge Farmhouse)

Farmhouse, mid C18, of coursed squared stone with ashlar dressings, Collyweston
stone slate roofs with coped gables and stone end stacks. L-plan, of 2 storeys and
attics, 5 window range, double-fronted. Plain central doorway with rectangular
fanlight above, within blocked carriageway. Sash windows, those to 1st floor
retaining glazing bars, beneath lintels with flush keystones, and with cills.
Central 1st floor sash window tripartite, with projecting keystone. Three hipped
dormers. Wing to rear has coped gable and end stack, 2-storey late C18 canted bay
window and 3 other windows with projecting keystones. Two are sash windows and the
other has fixed leaded lights. Outbuilding adjoining to north-east of coursed
rubble with Collyweston stone slate roofs. Of 2 storeys, with 2 square openings to
1st floor (one retaining hinged wooden cover) and 2 small openings below.

Listing NGR: TF0001309102

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Source: English Heritage

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