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Description: Manor Farmhouse
Date Listed: 13 May 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 242162
OS Grid Reference: SK7160056355
OS Grid Coordinates: 471600, 356355
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0996, -0.9321
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SK 75 NW HOCKERTON CHURCH LANE
Farmhouse. c.1600, late C17, early and mid C18, C19. Remains of
timber frame, red brick with some blue brick diaper, rubble, some
render. Plain tile hipped roof with gablets. Left external red
brick and single C20 stacks to right and ridge, single gable
stack to the projecting wing. The left 4 bays of the main front
are set on a deep plinth of rubble in parts with render
Original 4 bay timber frame house, now 2 storeys, plus attic, 9
bays, the left 6 bays being c.1600 timber frame and the right 3
bays mid C18. Doorway with originally panelled door and glazing
bar overlight flanked by single bullseye windows with moulded
brick surrounds. To the right is a single tripartite glazing bar
Yorkshire sash, 2 glazing bar casements and on the far right a
doorway with plank door. To the left is a single glazing bar
casement. Further left are 2 single bay projecting wings, the
first being C19 with a coped parapet and single glazing bar
tripartite casement in the side wall, the front wall has a single
glazing bar Yorkshire sash. The second further left early C18
wing has a raised brick coped gable with kneeler and a single
glazing bar casement. The side wall has a single glazing bar
casement with doorway to the left with panelled door. In the
single bay on the far left of the main front is a single blocked
window opening. Above the main doorway is a single similar
bullseye window. To the right is a single glazing bar tripartite
Yorkshire sash and further right a single glazing bar casement.
To the left is a single glazing bar Yorkshire sash. In the side
wall of the projecting wing is a single glazing bar tripartite
casement and in the front wall a single large circular light with
decorative glazing bars. Further left in the C18 wing is a
single glazing bar Yorkshire sash with a single glazing bar
casement in the side wall. In the single bay on the far left of
the main front is a single blocked opening. The attic has 2
gabled wood and plain tile dormers, that on the right with single
tripartite casement and on the left with single glazing bar
casement. Interior. Many chamfered beams and posts visible. In
the attic is a stud panel. Axial chimney, fireplaces with
bressumer beams, timbers mainly re-used.
Listing NGR: SK7160056355
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Source: English Heritage
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