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Description: Lenthill Farmhouse
Date Listed: 15 March 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 189102
OS Grid Reference: SK5171710486
OS Grid Coordinates: 451717, 310486
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6896, -1.2363
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NEWTOWN LINFORD MAIN STREET
SK 51 SW
(North East Side)
3/50 No. 95 (Lenthill
House of late C18. Granite and slate rubblestone with brick dressings, brick
nogged eaves and Swithland slate roof with left end and left centre ridge
stacks. 2 storeys of casements. Righthand portion of house, slightly
earlier, of 2 3-light casements, upper right extending upwards to form
large part-dormered window. Central door with Swithland slated canopy.
Left hand portion has 3-light casement on both floors to left and 2-light
ground floor right. C20 renovations of outhouses and extensions to rear,
preserving ceiling beams. Otherwise further chamfered ceiling beams, one
stopped, altered inglenook and slate and herringbone pattern brick floors.
House was originally the Horns or Bucks Head Tavern.
Stevenson,J, A Family Guide to Charnwood Forest, Wymondham 1982, P.49.
Listing NGR: SK5171710486
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Source: English Heritage
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