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Coxons Farmhouse and Barn Attached to Left, Cracoe

Description: Coxons Farmhouse and Barn Attached to Left

Grade: II
Date Listed: 23 June 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 324756

OS Grid Reference: SD9767260077
OS Grid Coordinates: 397672, 460077
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0367, -2.0370

Locality: Cracoe
Local Authority: Craven District Council
County: North Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: BD23 6LB

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Listing Text

SD 96 SE
(north-west side)
Coxon's Farmhouse and
barn attached to left
Farmhouse and attached barn range. C17 with mid C19 refronting to house,
C18 barn. 2-storey, 3-bay house with narrow projecting wing to right and a
rear wing to bay 1; a 4th bay to right in farm use; 5-bay barn to left.
Quoins to barn and to far right. C19 porch between bays 1 and 2 with
panelled door; a C20 glazed door to bay 3 under a porch built into the
angle with the projecting wing and supported on a Tuscan column. Paired 4-
pane sashes in plain surrounds to ground and first floor, bays 1 and 2; a
narrow recessed chamfered window above right-hand entrance. Bay 4: byre
door far right, external steps to loading door left, both with chamfered
quoined surrounds. An added lean-to outbuilding in the angle with the
projecting wing which has a square latticed window with plain surround to
left return. Shouldered corniced stacks at left end to ridge between bays
2 and 3, and to gable of wing. Barn to left: central tall cart porch under
outshut roof; end byre doors with quoined jambs, the left doorway having a
raised lintel and inserted overlight; square loading door under eaves left;
small blocked quoined opening to right of cart entrance. Rear, house: a
plank door left of centre, with tie-stone jambs and large lintel with 2
rcessed panels and raised letters "I C" and "16?9". A blocked doorway to
right. C19 sashes in plain surrounds. The rear wing has two 3-light
recessed chamfered mullion windows to gable end, the lower blocked, and two
of 2-lights to left return. Interior: the glazed door opens into a former
cross passage, behind the large stack which serves a fireplace in the
middle room. The fireplace lintel is in 3 pieces with a central keystone
and 2 massive flanking stones incised in imitation of voussoirs. C19

Listing NGR: SD9767260077

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Source: English Heritage

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