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Walnut Farmhouse and Attached Outbuilding

A Grade II Listed Building in Burnaston, Derbyshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.8881 / 52°53'17"N

Longitude: -1.5714 / 1°34'16"W

OS Eastings: 428936

OS Northings: 332384

OS Grid: SK289323

Mapcode National: GBR 5CS.ZFR

Mapcode Global: WHCFT.TNXR

Entry Name: Walnut Farmhouse and Attached Outbuilding

Listing Date: 15 September 1975

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1096562

English Heritage Legacy ID: 82592

Location: Burnaston, South Derbyshire, Derbyshire, DE65

County: Derbyshire

District: South Derbyshire

Civil Parish: Burnaston

Traditional County: Derbyshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire

Church of England Parish: Etwall St Helen

Church of England Diocese: Derby

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Listing Text

SK 23 SE PARISH OF BURNASTON MAIN STREET
4/4 (East Side)
Walnut Farmhouse
15.9.75 and attached
outbuilding
GV II


Farmhouse and attached outbuilding. C17, 1730 and later C18,
with C19 alterations. Red brick with gauged brick and plain
brick dressings. Plain tile roofs, that to 1730 house double
range with stone coped gables, brick gable stacks and low brick
parapet with moulded stone cornice and that to late C18 wing
steeply pitched with large rendered ridge stack and brick coped
southern gable. Three storey, three bay 1730 house to north and
two bay, two storey late C18 wing to south. The 1730 house has
first and second floor plain bands and gauged brick dressings to
ground and first floors, it also has an irregular facade, the
two northern bays being close together. The ground floor has an
off-central, raised and fielded panelled door in moulded timber
surround, under a C19 semi-circular headed porch with
lattice-work sides. To either side are glazing bar sashes under
flat arches. Above, three similar sashes, and above again three
more sashes, each under a segment head. The south gable wall
has a lead gutter with decorative hopper head inscribed 'WWE
1730'. Rear elevation has segment headed sliding sashes.
Attached to south is the late C18 wing which has an irregular
facade with raised and fielded panelled door under segment head,
closely flanked by tall fixed pane, segment headed cross windows
to north and a low blocked cambered headed opening with small
casement window and inserted plank door to south. Above are two
irregularly placed 2-light glazing bar casements under segment
heads. Rear elevation has catslide roof over later lean-to.
Attached to north side of 1730 house is two bay, large panel,
timber framed outbuilding with brick nogging. The outbuilding
runs east-west and is attached to the house by a plain tile roof
with open archway below. Later brink buildings attached to west
end of outbuilding are not included in the listing. Interior of
the 1730 house has good knobbed baluster, dogleg staircase with
moulded handrail, all its original panelled doors, a beam in the
roof inscribed '1730' and re-used C17 panelling to north wall of
north first floor bedroom. Also rear southern room has C18
panelling with raised panels, moulded dado and cornice of good
quality. Large chamfered beams throughout, with ogee stops and
large inglenook with panelled cupboards to sides in southern
front room.


Listing NGR: SK2893632384

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