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Description: Nos 1 and 3 and Screen Wall to Yard on North Side
Date Listed: 25 February 1976
English Heritage Building ID: 210746
OS Grid Reference: SD8045709239
OS Grid Coordinates: 380457, 409239
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5794, -2.2966
SD 80 NW THE STARKIES
Nos 1 and 3 (formerly
25.2.76 listed as Nos 1 and 3
Starkies under Manchester
Road) and screen wall
to yard on north side.
Early C18. Originally a coaching inn. Early to mid C19 alterations. No 1 has
roughly coursed dressed stone gabled garden(s) front of 3 storeys. 3-light flat-
mullioned window in gable; early C19 flush windows with later C19 sashes to ground
and first floors. Left-hand return front is in 2 builds of brick. Circa 1840-50
extension to street side (N). No 3 has rendered 2-storeyed garden front, a C1840-
50 recasing of the earlier structure. 3 windows with c 1900 casements; flat groved
voussoir keyed arches to ground floor French windows. To left, enclosed by modern
glazed porch, is original early to mid C18 doorway with eared architrave, large key-
stone and heavy cornice. Between nos 1 and 3 on garden side is lower 2-storey link
with large delicately detailed early C19 tripartite bow window with glazing bar sashes,
panelled dividing pilasters and dentilled cornice. Street front of C1840-50 has
4 sash windows with glazing bars. Interior of No 3 has ground floor front room to
right with mid C18 fielded panelling and entablation to door with delicate carved
spray. Screen wall on street side is of early to mid C18 brick on stone plinth.
Listing NGR: SD8045709239
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Source: English Heritage
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