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Description: Greens South Farmhouse, and Attached Byres, Stables and Cart Shed
Date Listed: 5 September 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 322208
OS Grid Reference: NY8884300007
OS Grid Coordinates: 388843, 500007
Latitude/Longitude: 54.3954, -2.1733
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NY 80 SE MUKER B 6270
(east side), Greens
7/123 Greens South Farmhouse,
and attached byres,
stable and cart shed
Farmhouse and byres under 1 roof, and attached stable and cart shed.
Dated 1731, with C19 additions. Rubble, stone slate roof. Farmhouse: dated
1731. 2 storeys, 2 bays, double-depth plan. Central part-glazed 4-panel
door in ashlar surround with impost jambs on plinths. Scar of segmental
pediment above. Bay to left of doorway: 4-pane sashes in ashlar surrounds
with slightly-chamfered lintels and sills. Further to left, chamfered fire
window on ground floor. Bay to right of doorway: 4-pane sashes in plain
ashlar surrounds. 2-span roof. End stacks. Rear elevation contains 2
datestones, one inscribed 1731 reset from front range, the other "EAA
1839", dating the added rear range. Reset C18 window surround, and round-
headed landing window in stone surround of 1839. Byre to right: 2 storeys.
Ground-floor doorway: ashlar surround with interrupted jambs beneath slab
canopy on shaped slab brackets. Pitching door on first floor. Lower 2-
storey stable with hay-loft above projects forward to right. Byre to left:
2 storeys. 1 C20 ground-floor window, and hayloft with first-floor board
pitching door, shaped kneeler, ashlar coping to left. Single-storey cart-
shed projects forward to left, with lintel with roughly-arched soffit; 2-
light mullion window in right return.
Listing NGR: NY8884300007
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Source: English Heritage
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