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Hall Farmhouse with Granary Attached at East End

A Grade II Listed Building in Micklefield, Leeds

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.798 / 53°47'52"N

Longitude: -1.3334 / 1°20'0"W

OS Eastings: 444002

OS Northings: 433727

OS Grid: SE440337

Mapcode National: GBR MS4J.38

Mapcode Global: WHDBM.HS8R

Entry Name: Hall Farmhouse with Granary Attached at East End

Listing Date: 3 February 1967

Last Amended: 3 December 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1200798

English Heritage Legacy ID: 342255

Location: Micklefield, Leeds, LS25

County: Leeds

Civil Parish: Micklefield

Built-Up Area: Micklefield

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Micklefield St Mary the Virgin

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text

MICKLEFIELD GREAT NORTH ROAD
SE43SW
LS26 (west side)
5/67 Hall Farmhouse, with
3.2.67 granary attached at east
end (Formerly listed as
Hall Farm at Old Micklesfield)

GV II

Farmhouse, with attached granary. Mostly late C17, altered, but with an earlier
element at the east end, and later granary attached to this. Squared magnesian
limestone, roofs on 2 levels, of slate and pantiles, with brick chimneys. L-
shaped as a whole: linear 3-cell house with continuous rear outshut making double-
depth plan, incorporating at its right-hand end the earlier element which is
of 3 structural bays on the same axis,with granary added at right angles to the
front of the right-hand end of this. All 2 storeys; main range has moulded drip-
courses to both floors, the lower stepped down in the 3rd bay and again over
the doorway at the right-hand end; this doorway has a chamfered surround and
rectangular lintel, otherwise all openings at ground floor are altered or inserted
(two 4-pane sashes and a glazed door between them), but there is a blocked 2-
light mullioned window immediately below the dripcourse in the centre (raised
position sugesting former stairlight); 1st floor has 5 mullion-and-transom windows,
the 1st of 6 lights and the others all crosswindows, and all with glazing bars.
Extruded stone chimney stack at left gable, finished in brick, and 2 ridge chimneys.
Roof swept over eaves. Rear of outshut has inter alia a large crosswindow with
glazing bars. Portion to right, 2 lower storeys, has a glazed door at ground
floor left, a Yorkshire sliding sash of 3 lights to the right, another of 2 lights
at 1st floor, a doorway to the right of this approached by stone steps rising
along the re-entrant wall of the granary. Rear of this part has a ground floor
remains of blocked brick arches, and at 1st floor remains of a doorway. Interior:
junction wall has a round-headed doorway with deep hollow-chamfered surround,
opening into the earlier element; the ground floor of this part (now kitchen)
has large beams on moulded stone corbels; the upper floor (approached externally)
has 3 kingpost roof trusses (the lst with curved principals)and curved V-struts, and
with concave braces to the ridge; a chimney stack has been inserted between the
other 2 trusses, which have straight principals (possibly replacements). History
earlier part may have been manorial courthouse with undercroft; Micklefield was
the Sherburn in Elmet manor of the Archbishops of York.


Listing NGR: SE4400233727

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