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Manor Farmhouse, South Stainley with Cayton

Description: Manor Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 15 March 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 331625

OS Grid Reference: SE3054363210
OS Grid Coordinates: 430543, 463210
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0639, -1.5348

Location: Church Lane, South Stainley, North Yorkshire HG3 3NF

Locality: South Stainley with Cayton
Local Authority: Harrogate Borough Council
County: North Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: HG3 3NF

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Listing Text

SE 36 SW (west side)
South Stainley
2/118 Manor Farmhouse



House. C17 with remains of an earlier C16 house and early-mid C19. Earlier
range of coursed squared gritstone to ground floor, coursed rubble above and
with a pantile roof; later part of magnesian limestone with a purple slate
roof. 2-storey, 3-bay earlier range, and a taller 2-storey, 2 x 2 bay
addition at the east end. Earlier range: central glazed door, 4-light
recessed chamfered mullion window to left; a 3-light side-sliding sash to
right and two 2-light side-sliding sashes to first floor. Bulbous kneeler
and gable coping to left, also tall 2-flue corniced external stack. Added
block: glazed door left with 4-pane overlight; a 4-pane sash window to right
and to first floor, left, a blind window to right. The openings all have
flat arches and the windows have projecting stone sills. A shaped kneeler
and gable coping to left, with a banded stack; a hipped roof and similar
ridge stack to right. Right return has sash windows with glazing bars below
flat arches. Rear: a rubble-built tunnel-vaulted undercroft, probably a
cellar or dairy and roofed with tiles. Interior of earlier part: the stone
walls encase 3 pairs of principal posts forming a timber house of 2 bays
with a rear aisle and common rafter roof. A longitudinal ceiling beam has
pyramidal chamfer stops and the stone chimney stacks at each end (the
eastern stack incorporated into the later addition) are contemporary or
slightly later. An important building containing extensive remains of a
timber-framed house. North Yorkshire and Cleveland Vernacular Buildings
Study Group Report Number 68 (1973).

Listing NGR: SE3054363210

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Source: English Heritage

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