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Description: High House and Attached Outbuildings, Nornay
Date Listed: 30 November 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 241058
OS Grid Reference: SK6245487826
OS Grid Coordinates: 462454, 387826
Latitude/Longitude: 53.3836, -1.0625
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SK 68 NW BLYTH BAWTRY ROAD
2/30 High House and
30.ll.66 buildings, Nornay
as High House)
House. Early C18 but possibly earlier and C19. Coursed rubble,
rendered and painted. Pantile roof with ashlar coped gables and
kneelers, single brick left gable stack and single ridge stack
over the doorway. 2 storeys 4 bays. Doorway with plain ashlar
surround, recessed panelled door and rectangular overlight. To
the right is a wooden casement with 2 mullions and single transom
having glazing bars above the transom. To the left are 2 similar
casements. All ground floor windows have a slightly projecting
hood mould. Above are 3 glazing bar casements with single wooden
mullion. Over the doorway is a narrow glazing bar casement.
Attached, at the rear, is a C19 painted brick 2 storey, 5 bay,
outbuilding, with pantile roof and single ridge stack. Having a
single doorway with wooden door, and to its left a single small
glazing bar fixed light, a single slatted opening with glazing
bar overlight, a single doorway with wooden door and a similar
single slatted opening. Above are 3 slatted openings.
Projecting from the left is a C18 coursed rubble 2 storey barn.
Painted with ashlar quoins, pantile roof, stone coped gables and
kneelers. Having 2 doorways with wooden doors. Above are 2
slatted openings with glazing bar overlights. Running along the
top, broken by the openings, is a ledge.
Listing NGR: SK6245487826
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Source: English Heritage
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