Description: Comberford Lodge Farmhouse and Attached Wall and Railings
Date Listed: 20 July 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 272842
OS Grid Reference: SK1914107472
OS Grid Coordinates: 419141, 307472
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6646, -1.7184
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The following building shall be added:
SK 10 NE WIGGINTON COMBERFORD
4/77A Comberford Lodge
Farmhouse and attached
wall and railings
Farmhouse. Early C18 with major additions 1801. Red brick partly rendered,
with slate and plain tile roofs. 4 brick stacks. East front 3 bays, 3 storey,
with shallow hipped slate roof and deeply overhanging eaves. Rendered in
imitation ashlar, ground floor rusticated, upper floors with flanking side
pilasters. Central doorway with part glazed 4 panel door plus fanlight and
porch with 2 fluted Ionic columns and 2 fluted Doric pilasters supporting a flat
hood. Either side a single 2 light casement with narrow horizontal glazing
bars, in moulded rendered surrounds. Above 3 similar casements in moulded
surrounds. Above again 3 smaller similar casements, the central one in a
moulded surround. Either side of this east front are single storey round ended
wings, each with a central 2 light casement with narrow horizontal glazing
bars. Lower earlier 2 storey brick wing to rear with irregular fenestration.
Interior of rear range has some chamfered spine beams and panelled doors. The
newer front has shutters and doors plus a large fireplace alcove in the drawing-
room. To the front a low brick wall with rendered coping and spearheaded
railings,bound a small semi-circular garden.
Listing NGR: SK1914107472
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Source: English Heritage
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