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Calrows Farmhouse, Bury

Description: Calrows Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 21 September 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 210655

OS Grid Reference: SD8008412074
OS Grid Coordinates: 380084, 412074
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6048, -2.3024

Location: Woodhill Road, Bury BL8 1XN

Locality: Bury
County: Bury
Country: England
Postcode: BL8 1XN

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Listing Text

21.9.82 Calrows Farmhouse

- II

Date on moulded, carved panel with crest bedroom upper windows "Stanley/P/LM/1710/Derby"
but probably earlier in part. Main section faces south at right angles to road.
Regularly coursed stone walls. Two storeys. Front elevation has been rebuilt (circa
1982) and has a new four-light mullioned window with dripstone on first and ground
floors each side of central doorway with old date plaque over (see above. Formerly
with an old three and four-light mullioned window above and a sash window and altered
window below). Central doorway; another doorway with shouldered lintel removed.
Decorated cornice. Brick gable chimneys. Rear elevation with old central two-light
mullioned and transomed window (lower part of mullion now in timber); to left hand,
an old, three-light mullioned first floor window and an old four-light mullioned
ground floor window; to right-hand, an old three-light mullioned first floor window
with leaded lights, and a three-light window below, adjoining a doorway. Probably
C18 brick wing adjoining on west. C17 coins said to have been found under floor
of house. Of less interest is two-storey wing at right angles to west of front;
probably early C19 but partially rebuilt in late Victoria period. Paired sash window
above and below in east elevation. Hipped stone slab roof.

Listing NGR: SD8008412074

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Source: English Heritage

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