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Description: Linked Farmbuildings North-East of Broomhouse Farmhouse
Date Listed: 27 July 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 240691
OS Grid Reference: NY6978062543
OS Grid Coordinates: 369780, 562543
Latitude/Longitude: 54.9566, -2.4734
FEATHERSTONE BELLISTER BANK
NY 66 SE
(South side, off)
15/87 Linked farmbuildings
Linked farmbuildings. Early and mid C19 of several builds. Squared and
dressed stone. Concrete-tiled, corrugated-asbestos and Welsh slate roofs.
Main block with gin-gangon centre rear, loose-box and loft on right rear,
L-plan byre on left return and haybarn at right-angles on rear of byre.
Multi-purpose main block built along bankside is 3-storeyed to yard and 2-
storeyed to rear. 6 bays plus 2 added bays at right. Yard front: central
external stone stair to first-floor boarded door; kennel beneath stair; 3
boarded doors on ground floor to stables (with original wooden stalls), loose-
boxes and byres; 2-storey granary above with 2 rows of breathers (some blocked
at right) and scattered windows. Concrete-tiled roof with ridge vents.
Elliptical archway on right return. Projecting loading bay with elliptical
archway on left rear.
Circular gin-gang with rectangular piers, partly-infilled openings and conical
Welsh slate roof.
2-storey loose-box and loft with 2 boarded doors, triangular group of pigeon
holes below eaves and a Welsh slate roof.
Single-storey byre range with 1-bay link and 3-bay return section partly
enclosing yard; infilled elliptical arches and corrugated-asbestos roof.
Tall 4-bay haybarn with pair of square-headed openings to eaves flanking a
central rectangular pier; elliptical archway on rear bay and slate roof.
A large and relatively unaltered group.
Listing NGR: NY6978062543
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Source: English Heritage
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