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Description: Harbages Farmhouse and Attached Walls
Date Listed: 30 May 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 306343
OS Grid Reference: SP4132447670
OS Grid Coordinates: 441324, 247670
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1258, -1.3978
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WARMINGTON THE GREEN
SP4047 (East side)
9/241 Harbages Farmhouse and
30/05/67 attached walls
Shown on O.S. map as The Harbages.
Farmhouse, now house, and attached wall. Early C17. Coursed squared ironstone
rubble. Stone slate roof has coped gable parapet on left, hipped on right;
rendered end and ridge stacks. Through passage L-plan,extended to U-plan, with
wing to rear. 2 storeys; 4-window range. Half-glazed 4-centred 4-panelled door
in chamfered archway with large hood mould. Some stone mullioned windows with
hood moulds, on left of 4 lights, on right of 3 lights. Two 3-light casements on
left on first floor have horizontal glazing bar and painted wood lintels.
Similar 4-light casement to right of entrance has lintel below remains of hood
mould. Right return side has 2- and 3-light mullioned windows, including
basement window. To rear: similar doorway to entrance front, now inside late C20
addition. 3-light mullioned windows. Wings have coped gable parapets. Left wing
has French window and casements. Right wing late C18/early C19. Slate roof. C20
casements, Interior: flagged through passage has chamfered 4-centred doorway.
Room to loin has altered open fireplace. Room to right has open fireplace. Broad
chamfered beams. Old stone and timber winder stairs. Attached wall to front of
regular coursed ironstone with flat coping; return section of coursed drystone.
C18 wall attached to rear. Regular coursed ironstone.
Listing NGR: SP4132447670
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Source: English Heritage
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