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Home Farmhouse and Range of Farm Buildings Enclosing Foldyard to South, Including Attached Walls and, Firbeck

Description: Home Farmhouse and Range of Farm Buildings Enclosing Foldyard to South, Including Attached Walls and

Grade: II
Date Listed: 15 October 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 335770

OS Grid Reference: SK5674289026
OS Grid Coordinates: 456742, 389026
Latitude/Longitude: 53.3950, -1.1482

Location: Firbeck, Rotherham S81 8JY

Locality: Firbeck
County: Rotherham
Country: England
Postcode: S81 8JY

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Listing Text

(east side, off)
3/24 Home Farmhouse and
range of farm buildings
enclosing foldyard to
south, including attached
walls and freestanding
wall with pig troughs


Planned farm group. Early C19, farmhouse alterations dated 1881. For the Firbeck
Hall estate. Coursed squared rubble limestone, pantile roofs. Near-symmetrical,
quadrangular plan; mostly 1-storey. Tall 5-bay barn to north flanked on left
by altered 1-storey outbuilding and on right by farmhouse now with added storey,
attached stable-block wing encloses east side of yard whilst west side has a
detached cowhouse and to south is a detached pig-sty with flanking walls and
detached walls to front, one with pig troughs. Barn:5 bays. Large quoins.
Central waggon entrance with elliptical arch flanked by slit vents; shaped kneelers
and gable copings. Attached outbuilding on left has original door and slatted
casement on left otherwise C20 openings spanned by girders. Attached farmhouse
on right: French window on left of original opening, with cambered arch, 2 case-
ments to later upper storey with plaque dated '1881'; plinths and bands to right
end stack and to ridge stack on left. Attached stable-block forming wing to
front right of farmhouse: ashlar surround to boarded door on right has later
casement on its right and 2 multiple-paned casements on left with mounting steps
and later openings beyond; shaped kneelers and gable copings to right end of
range. Cowhouse: 8 bays. Segmental-arched heads to doors of bays 2, 6 and
8 and slatted casements to other bays; shaped kneelers and gable copings. Pig-
sty: 3-bay gabled entrance front with door flanked by shuttered casements, gable
slits, shaped kneelers and gable copings. No roof at time of resurvey, end
stack to rear gable. Returns are brick and have attached stone-walled pig pens
and attached wing walls enclosing the yard. Freestanding wall to front has
an arcade of 9 pig troughs fed by 2 internal shutes, attached wall on left forms
division of yard. Although altered the group retains the essential elements
of a planned farm unusual in this area.

Listing NGR: SK5674289026

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Source: English Heritage

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