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Description: Manor Farm House
Date Listed: 11 June 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 196973
OS Grid Reference: SK9112877614
OS Grid Coordinates: 491128, 377614
Latitude/Longitude: 53.2877, -0.6345
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SK 97 NW BROXHOLME MAIN STREET
4/9 Manor Farm House
Farm house. 1843. Red brick in Flemish bond with dark headers,
painted ashlar dressings, slate roofs. 3 ridge stacks, the main
stack central on the front roof, square on plan and divided by 2
vertical pointed slots. T-plan. 2 storey, 3 bay with garret
side front, chamfered brick plinth and bargeboarded gables with
overhanging eaves and exposed rafter ends. To ground floor are
three 3 light timber plain sashes. To first floor a central
glazing bar casement flanked by single 2 light sashes. All
windows have deep chamfered ashlar surrounds. The entrance front
is of 5 bays with 2 storey garret and attics. The off-centre
muntin door has to right a 3 light plain sash. To left in a
recessed service wing is a 2 light plain casement, a plain door
and a 2 light glazing bar casement. To first floor above main
door a 2 light plain sash with to left 2 two light casements. In
garret to right a 2 light plain sash and in the attic to the
service range are 2 plain fixed lights in a dormer with wood
panelled sides and gabled slate roof. Surrounds to right hand
range are fully of ashlar and chamfered whilst the lintels and
sills onlyof the service range are of ashlar. Interior has a
veined white marble fireplace and hardwood bannister to staircase
with plain square balusters. Listed for group value only.
Listing NGR: SK9112877614
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Source: English Heritage
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