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Latitude: 53.2219 / 53°13'18"N
Longitude: -1.4924 / 1°29'32"W
OS Eastings: 433985
OS Northings: 369547
OS Grid: SK339695
Mapcode National: GBR 69C.1HF
Mapcode Global: WHDFG.18LV
Entry Name: Outbuildings to South West of Hipper Hall
Listing Date: 31 January 1967
Last Amended: 30 August 1995
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1218543
English Heritage Legacy ID: 393527
Location: Holymoorside and Walton, North East Derbyshire, Derbyshire, S42
District: North East Derbyshire
Civil Parish: Holymoorside and Walton
Traditional County: Derbyshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire
Church of England Parish: Brampton St Thomas
Church of England Diocese: Derby
SK36NW HOLYMOOR ROAD
1264-0/5/158 (East side)
31/01/67 Outbuildings to south-west of Hipper
(Formerly Listed as:
Outbuildings at Hipper Hall)
Farm outbuildings. Late C16 with C17 and C19 alterations.
Timber framed, now encased in coursed rubble sandstone ,with
weatherboarding to some parts of the upper floor. Stone slated
roof. Two storeys, two bays, with the lower walls of two
former bays, and the remains of the north-east gable wall
surviving from a partial collapse in 1990. North-west
elevation devoid of openings, and mainley stone walled, the
walling incorporating massive padstones for the frame posts,
one of which remains in situ. South-west gable with stone
stair case and overloft doorway beneath a plain stone lintel.
Standing two bays include one complete framed partition wall,
supporting the queen-strut roof truss which itself carries a
braced single-purlin roof, with a digonally set ridge purlin.
Tie beam supported by jowel post, with curved braces running
laterally and longitudinally from the post to the tie beam and
wallplate soffits. The jowel post carry intermediate rails and
wall-plates. The bay at the south-west end is an addition,
with a stone partition wall, and incorporates a single cruck
truss. The building is an inportant indicator of the
timber-framing vernacular traditions which pre-date stone
masonry in upland Derbyshire.
Listing NGR: SK3398569547
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