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Description: Enclosure and Outbuildings to Farmyard at Hodsock Grange
Date Listed: 30 November 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 241427
OS Grid Reference: SK5874986800
OS Grid Coordinates: 458749, 386800
Latitude/Longitude: 53.3748, -1.1184
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SK 58 NE HODSOCK DONCASTER ROAD
2/73 Enclosure and
30.11.66 Farmyard at
as part of Hodsock
Enclosure and outbuildings. Late C18. Dressed coursed rubble
with ashlar dressings. Quadrangle-plan. West side, 9 bays. Set
on a plinth. Central archway with ashlar quoins. Arch with
feature voussoirs, projecting keystone and imposts extending to
an impost band. Moulded cornice over. Flanked by single walls
each with 3 recessed, arched panels with stone archivolts and
various openings. These terminate in single, slightly
projecting, higher outbuildings with pyramidal pantile roofs.
Each with similar single arched panel. The left outbuilding has
a doorway with wooden door in flush ashlar surround with
keystone. Above, a slatted wooden opening with glazing bar
overlight in flush ashlar surround. The right outbuilding has a
single glazing bar casement. Above, a glazing bar fixed light
in flush ashlar surround. The north side has a central 2 storey
barn with hipped pantile roof. Slightly projecting central bay
containing 2 storey archway with stone archivolt, keystone and
impost bands. To the right is a doorway with flush ashlar
surround and keystone, above are 2 doorways with wooden doors and
flush ashlar surrounds. There are 2 cross ventilators on the
ground floor and 4 above. To the right, set back, is a single
storey wall with ashlar coping and doorway with wooden door.
This terminates in a 2 storey, slightly projecting, outbuilding
with pyramidal pantile roof. Having a 2 storey, arched, recessed
panel with stone archivolt and impost band. Single fixed light
and single blocked opening. Above, a doorway. All with flush
ashlar surrounds. Left of the barn, set back, is a further
single storey wall with ashlar coping and doorway. Terminating
in a similar outbuilding with blocked openings. To the left of
this is a single storey outbuilding with hipped pantile roof and
ashlar quoins. The east side retains a similar central arch to
the west side, but otherwise has additions and alterations. The
quadrangle is completed on the south side by the house.
Listing NGR: SK5874986800
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Source: English Heritage
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