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Description: The Smithy
Date Listed: 3 January 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 275119
OS Grid Reference: SK0678744250
OS Grid Coordinates: 406787, 344250
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9955, -1.9003
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SK 04 SE FARLEY C.P. FARLEY
7/124 The Smithy
Smithy. 1780, remodelled 1849 and repaired 1979. Coursed and squared
freestone blocks with herringbone tooling; plain tile roof with shaped
tile bands and coped verges and ball finial to the left; ashlar ridge
stack and integral end stacks. Aligned north-east/south-west facing
north-west. One storey and attic with hollow chamfered eaves band;
4 bays, 2-leaf smithy door with C20 cambered lintel and decorative strap
hinges, gabled break to right of centre and cambered arch door with ogee
moulded surround, inserted datestone above inscribed "ABC/1979". 2-
light chamfer mullioned attic window with rebated surround, single-light
ground floor windows to left and right of gabled break, with chamfered
surrounds. The 1962 provisional list notes 2 inscriptions over the
doorway "C.B. 1780" and "I.B. 1849", these have been removed and
replaced by the inscription mentioned above.
Listing NGR: SK0678744250
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Source: English Heritage
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