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Church Houses High Mill and Attached Mill House, Farndale East

Description: Church Houses High Mill and Attached Mill House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 14 December 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 328955

OS Grid Reference: SE6688797324
OS Grid Coordinates: 466887, 497324
Latitude/Longitude: 54.3671, -0.9720

Location: Mill Lane, Farndale East, North Yorkshire YO62 7LF

Locality: Farndale East
Local Authority: Ryedale District Council
County: North Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: YO62 7LF

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Listing Text

SE 69 NE
4/113 High Mill and
attached Mill House

Waver mill and attached house. Early C19. Dressed stone, with pantile roof, with a
red brick stack, and a stone gable stack plus stone coped gables. 3 storey mill
building, with slightly later mill house to north west. South west front of mill
has a doorway with plank door to left, and a single 2 light window to right, above
2 similar windows, and above again 2 smaller single light windows. To the left the
mill house has a central glazed C20 door, flanked by 2 light basements, above
2 similar casements. North east front, mill building built into hillside only
2 storey with central boarded doorway, and above 2 small shuttered openings. Mill
house to right has central doorway with to the left a 3 light casement, and to the
right a small fixed light and beyond a 2 light casement, above a 3 and a 2 light
casement. All openings have large flush stone lintels. To the south east gable
front an attached single storey addition, possibly a stable, with a plank stable
door and a window, above a single window to each floor.
Interior. Mill has wheel house and wheel pit at south east end, wheel shaft
survives, but the wheel has been replaced by a small iron wheel. Cast iron hurst
gears and wooden shafting through 3 floors. There is a reputedly unique hurst drive
on the top floor, which consists of wooden pegs driven into wooden discs forming a
primitive bevel gear.
A mill was first recorded on this site in 1276.

Listing NGR: SE6688797324

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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