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Description: Farmbuildings at East House Farm
Date Listed: 22 December 1969
English Heritage Building ID: 237879
OS Grid Reference: NU0315746640
OS Grid Coordinates: 403157, 646640
Latitude/Longitude: 55.7132, -1.9513
NU 04 NW
7/26 Farmbuildings at
22/12/69 East House Farm
as barn to east
of East House)
Farmbuildings. 1808 for G. & R. Turnbull. Remodelled, south range altered
and yard roofed over 1879 for William Crossman. Rubble with dressings.
Welsh slate roofs. West range has pantiled roof. Square plan. West and
north ranges 2 storeys, the rest single-storey. Central high round-arched
carriage entrance with triangular dovecote screen in the gable above. Above
that a shield with WC 1879.
Tall range to left has blacksmith-type window and boarded door on ground
floor. On 1st floor a pitching door with lintel inscribed G & R T 1808.
Right return has 5 stable-type doors and a 5-bay cartshed with segmental
arches. Above this range 3 parallel hipped roofs installed when the yard
was covered in 1879 to form covered cattle pens. The interior of the yard
has good queen-post roofs and original wooden pens and feeding baskets.
Listing NGR: NU0315746640
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Source: English Heritage
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