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Description: Jobs Farm Cottages
Date Listed: 24 May 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 289658
OS Grid Reference: TQ3000645774
OS Grid Coordinates: 530006, 145774
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1964, -0.1407
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The following building shall be added to the list:
TQ 34 NW SALFORDS AND SIDLOW NEWHOUSE LANE
3/34 Nos 1 and 2
House, now 2. Probably early C17, altered late C19 and C20. Rubblestone with
quoins, rendered, the render scored as ashlar. Pantile roof. 2 storeys with
attic. 2 bays with central baffle entry at rear; added late-C19 wing to rear
left with flanking C20 conservatories not of special interest. Plinth. At
either end, brick steps up to diagonally-boarded door under bracketed pantiled
canopy. To inside of each door a 3-light wooden casement window on each floor.
Large, old brick, central ridge stack. Rear: original central doorway concealed
by additions. Right return: a section of rubblestone exposed; a 3-light
window as before to ground and 1st floors; a C20 2-light attic window. Left
return: 2 4-pane casements to ground floor; former 3-light window, non with
C20 glazing, to lst floor; 2-light attic window. Interior: inglenook fireplace
in right-hand room has timber bressummer with lambs tongue stops to chamfer,
former bread-oven, and side seats. On ground and 1st floors each bay has
large-scantling chamfered spine-beam with bar and lambs tongue stops; other
beams set in cross-walls. C19 winder stair rises against stack. Central
queen-post roof truss, queen-strut trusses to gables; large-scantling purlins
with pegs to rafters.
Listing NGR: TQ3000645774
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Source: English Heritage
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