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Description: Brookside with Adjoining Cottage and Former Barn
Date Listed: 6 April 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 322593
OS Grid Reference: SD9990085722
OS Grid Coordinates: 399900, 485722
Latitude/Longitude: 54.2672, -2.0030
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NEWBIGGIN VILLAGE STREET
14/111 Brookside with adjoining
cottage and former barn
House, cottage and barn, the barn now outbuilding and flat. House: late C17
- early C18 with early C19 alterations, cottage dated 1880, barn dated 1812.
Rubble, coursed to house and cottage, stone slate roofs. 2 storeys, 1:2:3
bays. House, in centre: quoins to right. Central part-glazed board door in
ashlar surround with base and impost blocks and rounded inner corners to
lintel. 16-pane sash windows with slab sills and lintels. Shaped kneeler,
ashlar coping and end stack to right. Cottage to left: C20 casement window
and glazed door on ground floor; 2-light hollow-chamfered mullion window
with hoodmould on first floor. Below first-floor window, recessed plaque
with raised characters forming ligature of "A B" and "1880". Corniced
ashlar end stacks. Former barn to right: quoins to right. Central board
doors in cart opening with segmental arch of rubble voussoirs. To left and
right, C20 part-glazed doors in ashlar surrounds, the lintel of that to left
" ID "
with recessed panel and raised characters 1812 . First floor: casement
windows in ashlar surrounds. Rear, house: on ground-floor, 2-light flat-
faced mullion window and 2-light double-chamfered mullion window; landing
window with round arch of rubble voussoirs with hoodmould; surrounds of 2
first-floor 2-light double-chamfered mullion windows. Interior, house: in
ground-floor room to left, early C19 cast-iron fire grate in Dent marble
surround, flanked by pedimented niches with fluted pilasters, friezes and
with paterae in corners and on cornice. The niches were formerly cupboards,
from which the doors, of 6 reeded decorative panels, have been replaced in
the matching doorcases to the 2 main ground-floor rooms; matching shutters
and window linings. Stone shelves in dairy on ground floor to rear left.
Stone dogleg staircase with stick balusters and bobbin corner posts. The
first-floor room of the cottage was used as a school room, the coat pegs
from which survive.
Listing NGR: SD9990085722
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Source: English Heritage
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