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Description: Range of Agricultural Buildings Approximately Five Metres North East of Crabtree House
Date Listed: 21 May 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 323364
OS Grid Reference: NZ1678405310
OS Grid Coordinates: 416784, 505310
Latitude/Longitude: 54.4429, -1.7427
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GILLING WITH HARTFORTH WATERS LANE
NZ 10 NE AND SEDBURY (south side)
6/149 Range of agricultural
buildings approximately 5
metres north-east of
Stables for farm horses, turnip house and blacksmith's shop, now piggeries.
Dated 1881. Snecked sandstone rubble, with ashlar dressings, C20 clay
interlocking tile and C20 clay pantile roofs. Single storey, each part of
range dropped in height down hillside. Ashlar dressings have herringbone
tooling and draughted margins. Quoins. Openings are quoined and have
rounded arrises. From left: stables, with part-shuttered window; wide
opening; part-shuttered window; C20 clay interlocking tile roof. Turnip
house: part-shuttered window; double sliding board doors; stable door; part-
shuttered window C20 clay interlocking tile roof. Blacksmith's shop: no
openings; ashlar square corniced eaves chimney; C20 clay pantile roof.
Right return: in gable, pointed-arched stone with recessed panel inscribed
with ligatured date, and triangular pigeoncote. Inside stable entrance:
this was originally open through into the yard beyond, but this has been
blocked; here the farm horses were harnessed; the good stonework continues
on both sides, with matching doors and windows, and with pitching doors to
haylofts above; the stable to left has wooden stalls furniture; king-post
Listing NGR: NZ1678405310
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Source: English Heritage
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