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Range of Farmbuildings and Wall Enclosing Farmyard at White Cross Grange, Wadworth

Description: Range of Farmbuildings and Wall Enclosing Farmyard at White Cross Grange

Grade: II
Date Listed: 26 November 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 334852

OS Grid Reference: SK5638098408
OS Grid Coordinates: 456380, 398408
Latitude/Longitude: 53.4794, -1.1519

Location: White Cross Lane, Wadworth, Doncaster DN11 9DT

Locality: Wadworth
County: Doncaster
Country: England
Postcode: DN11 9DT

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Listing Text

SK59NE (south side, off)

5/78 Range of farmbuildings
and attached wall
enclosing farmyard at
White Cross Grange


Planned range of farmbuildings with attached wall. c18b0. Coursed, dressed
magnesian limestone, stone-slate eaves courses to pantile roofs partly
replaced in Welsh slate and sheet asbestos. Buildings set round 3 sides of
farmyard on left of, and linked to rear of, White Cross Grange Farmhouse
(q.v.); 2-storey, 5-bay barn to centre of rear range; 2-storey, 3-bay
cowhouse with loft to centre of left side of yard;- the 2-storey parts are
linked by 1-storey buildings and the front of the farmyard enclosed by
contemporary wall, with gate piers, which returns next to the house and
incorporates pig troughs. Barn: central waggon entrance with boarded doors
and segmental arch beneath loading hatch; slit vents to each side, inserted
door on right; gable copings. Range to right has door flanked by slatted
casements; return range has through-passage, doors and slatted casements and
2 open-fronted pigsties with internal covered yards; dairy at junction with
house. Range to left of barn is blind (being a 4-bay cartshed open to rear).
Left return range has an open-fronted shelter shed with loose box on left.
Central 2-storey part has door flanked by slatted casements beneath segmental
arches; another door on right has rounded arch with keystone and leads to
internal stair; 3 slatted casements to 1st floor; eaves band, gable copings.
1-storey range on left has a 2-bay open-fronted shelter shed flanked by loose
boxes each with door and window; gable copings-to end of range. Front wall
has chamfered copings running to square gate piers with pyramidal caps;
return section of wall, near dairy, has brick-arched pig troughs. Well-
preserved planned-farm group.

Listing NGR: SK5638098408

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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