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Description: House and Attached Mill Building at Mill Farm
Date Listed: 1 April 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 335910
OS Grid Reference: SK5330891186
OS Grid Coordinates: 453308, 391186
Latitude/Longitude: 53.4148, -1.1994
HOOTON LEVITT WOOD LEE
House and attached
mill building at
Farmhouse with attached water-mill building. Probably of late C18 origin
rebuilt early-mid C19. Coursed, dressed limestone, rubble limestone to rear
of house; stone slate eaves courses to pantile roofs. 2-storey, 2-bay house
with taller 2-storey-and-loft, 2-bay mill attached to right.
House: C20 lean-to stone porch covers original door with bonded ashlar
surround; flanking 2-light casements with horizontal glazing bars, projecting
stone sills and segmental arches. Shaped kneeler, gable coping and brick end
stack on left. Rear: of earlier character with chamfered ashlar central
doorway and flat-arched window openings (attached C20 conservatory not of
special interest). Mill: 2 ground-floor doorways to wheel pit have rebated
ashlar surrounds and segmental arches; 2 windows as house above; shaped
kneelers and gable copings, brick end stack on left. Rear: segmentally-
arched ashlar doorway on right of rough-stone-arched windows on 2 floors,
Right return: round-arched opening to wheel pit on left. Segmental-arched
doorway to 1st floor on right, similar arches to central window and gable
Interior: mill retains main timbers of 2 floors the lowermost with
reinforcing indicating millstone positions. No remains of original breast-
shot wheel or attached machinery.
Listing NGR: SK5330891186
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Source: English Heritage
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