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Description: Outbuilding to South Side of Lower Hoyle Ing Farmhouse
Date Listed: 9 August 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 336041
OS Grid Reference: SE1090633172
OS Grid Coordinates: 410906, 433172
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7947, -1.8359
5111 ALLERTON LANE
Allerton Lanes BD13
Outbuilding to south side of
Lower Hoyle Ing Farmhouse, (No 5)
SE 13 SW 8/204
Mid C18 or possibly early C19. Small building, probably a bothy, but given a
surprisingly architectural treatment for such a small structure. Two storeys,
sandstone "bricks" with quoins. Pedimented east front with moulded coping and
crowning, corniced, chimney. Pigeon holes flank bull's eye in centre of tympanum.
The first floor has 2 narrow round arched windows flanking larger, false, centre
window with impost blocks and key to arch, painted intersecting glazing pattern.
Two very small ground floor lights each side of plain doorway. The farmhouse was
rebuilt late C19.
Listing NGR: SE1107932942
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Source: English Heritage
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