Description: Eastwyke Farmhouse
Date Listed: 12 January 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 245285
OS Grid Reference: SP5167304932
OS Grid Coordinates: 451673, 204932
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7407, -1.2530
SP 50 SW 26/607 12.1.54.
RCHM 293. Early C17 in a T-shaped plan with the upright to the North. 2
storeyed rubble and ashlar with attics in a stone slate roof. The West elevation
has a large (? rebuilt) roughcast gable with the remains of a moulded and
modillioned, or crested, lintel over a modern 2-light casement window; there
is also a smaller gabled attic window. The South cross wing has an ancient
2-light stone framed window in the gable. There is a half-blocked (? probably
reused) 2-light stone moulded window over a doorway which has a rustic porch.
The other windows are modern. The South wing has in the centre a massive
moulded stone-based stack with a modern moulded brick shaft. East elevation.
On the North side range are 3-light moulded mullioned windows of plain design.
There are 1 large and 2 small gabled attic dormers similar to those on the
West the other windows are modern. There is a modern rustic porch to the
doorway. The North elevation has a bold projecting stone stack with a modern
moulded red brick shaft. Interior: RCHM p 188 a. Includes an original
Listing NGR: SP5470304286
Source: English Heritage
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