Description: Cranberry Hole Farmhouse
Date Listed: 23 October 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 323644
OS Grid Reference: SE0007543225
OS Grid Coordinates: 400075, 443225
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8852, -2.0003
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SUTTON WEST LANE (off)
Farmhouse, probably later C17. Squared stone with stone slate roof and ridge. Two
chimneys. Two storeys and 2 bays, the right-hand heightened in early C19. Door at far
left in chamfered doorway with decorated lintel. Then a 6-light double chamfered
stone mullion window with central double mullion, and a 4-light similar, both with
hoodmoulds. To first floor a single light over door, a 5-light double chamfered
window and a 3-light flush square mullion window. At rear 2 double chamfered windows
of 2 lights. At left hand side a large chimneybreast partly absorbed into a coal shed
with chamfered doorway. Inside opposite the door is a very large segmental arched
fireplace with moulded surround, containing a small oven and salt cupboard. In the
wall separating the bays is a chamfered doorway, and another with a door of raised and
fielded panels, probably removed from another chamfered doorway with an elliptical
head which stands in the wall which partitions the right-hand bay.
Listing NGR: SE0007543225
Source: English Heritage
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