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Description: Outbuilding Approximately 20 Metres North of Brimham Lodge
Date Listed: 3 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 331219
OS Grid Reference: SE2269463336
OS Grid Coordinates: 422694, 463336
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0655, -1.6547
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HARTWITH-CUM-WINSLEY BRIMHAM ROAD
SE 26 SW (east side, off)
9/89 Outbuilding approximately
20 metres north of
Outbuilding. Late C17 for Thomas Braithwaite. Coursed squared gritstone
rubble, stone slate roof. 2 storeys, 2 bays. Quoins. South side: central
stable door in chamfered quoined surround, shallow 4-centred arch to large
lintel. C18 door far right and a quoined first-floor door reached by
straight flight of stone steps far left. Recessed-chamfered mullion
windows, of one light to left of original entrance, and of 3 lights above
but partially blocked and a 4-pane sash inserted. Shaped kneelers, gable
copings, end stacks. Interior: ground floor, left: large fireplace in plain
stone surround. Ground-floor room partitioned and room to right contains
blacksmith's hearth with bellows intact. First floor: 2 roof trusses, one
original king-post truss and one of reused timbers. The building was
probably a bakehouse built away from the main building because of the fire
risk and is often referred to as an 'oven house' in C17 records. The upper
floor may have been a bothey or sleeping room for servants. In the C18 or
C19 the ground floor was divided for a stable and blacksmiths forge - a
common feature in large farms of that date; the upper floor is also
remembered as the 'schoolroom'.
Listing NGR: SE2269463336
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Source: English Heritage
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