Description: Farmbuilding Circa 5 Yards North West of Alderton Hall
Date Listed: 16 March 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 285371
OS Grid Reference: TM3418741642
OS Grid Coordinates: 634187, 241642
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0237, 1.4121
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ALDERTON (Off) THE STREET
TM 34 SW
10/9 Farmbuilding c.5 yards
16/3/66 north west of Alderton
Hall (formerly listed
as Farm Building at
Alderton Hall Farm)
Farmbuilding. C17 or earlier. Rubble flint with ashlar and brick dressing
and a pantile roof. Two storeys. Yard front: cambered-headed opening at
right with stable door. Square-headed opening at left with a wooden lintel
and a loft door to the first floor at right set in a brick surround, as is
the stable door directly below. To right of this is a single-storey range
of buildings which are not included as part of this item. The left hand
gable end has a diagonal buttress at right which dies back via an ashlar
offset and has ashlar quoins above this. To the left at ground floor level
is a projecting gabled shed which is not included as part of this item. To
the first floor above this are two blocked openings at first floor level
and a blocked opening to the gable which has a chamfered ashlar surround.
Rear: lean-to outshut of C19 date with catslide roof masking the rear wall.
Interior: chamfered oak ceiling beams to the ground floor. Further,
blocked openings showing in the wall. The former function of this building
is not clear. It may be a priest's house, or, alternatively a later
building using mediaeval stonework taken from the collapsed church tower
Listing NGR: TM3418741642
Source: English Heritage
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