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Outbuilding to Rear Right of Stable Block to Wortley Hall Including Swift Cottage and Garvins Cottag, Wortley

Description: Outbuilding to Rear Right of Stable Block to Wortley Hall Including Swift Cottage and Garvins Cottag

Grade: II
Date Listed: 4 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 334015

OS Grid Reference: SK3109899507
OS Grid Coordinates: 431098, 399507
Latitude/Longitude: 53.4914, -1.5327

Location: The Avenue, Wortley, Barnsley S35 7DR

Locality: Wortley
County: Barnsley
Country: England
Postcode: S35 7DR

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Listing Text

4/139 Outbuilding to rear
right of Stable-block
to Wortley Hall including
Swift Cottage and
Garvins Cottage
Stable-block ancillary building including coach-houses and cottages. Early C19.
For the Wortley Hall estate. Coursed, dressed sandstone, stone slate roof.
2 storeys, 4 windows to 1st floor, 3/4 outshut to rear, lean-to addition to left
return. Swift Cottage on left has 4-panelled door with overlight into lean-to,
sash with glazing bars over. Two 16-pane sashes on right and 3 round-arched
carriage entrances beyond having ashlar piers and boarded doors. Doorway to far
right with 16-pane sash on its right. Late C19 glazed iron canopy set beneath
4 paired sashes and blocked round pitching hole on right. Ashlar end stack on left,
base of similar stack on ridge with complete stack to its right. Right return:
entrance to Garvins Cottage within infilled segmental archway into outshut. Canopy
links to adjacent Stable-block (q.v.). Included for group value.

Listing NGR: SK3109899507

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Source: English Heritage

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