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Fox House, Bradfield

Description: Fox House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 8 August 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 335433

OS Grid Reference: SK3056192110
OS Grid Coordinates: 430561, 392110
Latitude/Longitude: 53.4249, -1.5416

Location: 6 Top Road, Bradfield, Sheffield S35 0AQ

Locality: Bradfield
County: Sheffield
Country: England
Postcode: S35 0AQ

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Listing Text

(west side), Worrall

10/110 No. 6 (Fox House)


House. Probably C17, encased in later stonework, altered. Cruck-framed,
coursed gritstone rubble, Welsh slate roof, brick stacks. Single storey with
attic at downhill right end, 2 cruck bays with flat-roofed addition to left.
Large quoins painted. C20 part-glazed door to left set within C20 porch,
to its left a single-pane casement with stone sill and lintel. To right :
2 similar windows set within altered walling, another large window downslope
to right. C20 roof light to right. End stack to left set in front of ridge,
another ridge stack to right. Rear : irregular walling, wood casements.
Right return : attic casement with stone sill and lintel. To left : old
stone extension with quoined doorway to right and altered window to left,
flat-roofed, Interior : encased cruck frame in central room. Ground floor
room to right has chamfered spine beam and moulded ceiling joists. In room
above, the cruck blades visible on inner face of gable wall. Central truss,
visible in roof-void, has wind-braces to single purlins, diagonal-set ridge.
A roof void partition to left is of wattle and daub. A cruck frame may exist
in the left gable.

Listing NGR: SK3056192110

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Source: English Heritage

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