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Warren Cottage warren House

A Grade II Listed Building in Brandsby-cum-Stearsby, North Yorkshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.1507 / 54°9'2"N

Longitude: -1.0808 / 1°4'50"W

OS Eastings: 460134

OS Northings: 473154

OS Grid: SE601731

Mapcode National: GBR NNWF.TV

Mapcode Global: WHFB4.CXLW

Entry Name: Warren Cottage warren House

Listing Date: 24 November 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1315217

English Heritage Legacy ID: 332712

Location: Brandsby-cum-Stearsby, Hambleton, North Yorkshire, YO61

County: North Yorkshire

District: Hambleton

Civil Parish: Brandsby-cum-Stearsby

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Brandsby All Saints

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text

BRANSBY-CUM-STEARSBY B1363
SE 67 SW
(north side)
7/4
Warren House and
- Warren Cottage
GV II

Farmhouse and attached cottage. House of c.1745 for Francis Cholmeley; cottage
mid C19. Sandstone, ashlar to house, coursed and squared to cottage; pantile
roofs. House of 2 storeys with loft, 3 bays with lower 2-storey, l-bay cottage
to right. Warren House: plinth, first-floor band, eaves band; openings have
cantilevered lintels with projecting keystones; central door of 6 panels, the
upper 2 panels glazed, below 3-pane overlight; 16-pane sash windows, formerly
with external shutters; 2 cast-iron tie-rod plates below first-floor band and 2
wrought-iron tie-rod plates below eaves band; shaped kneelers; moulded ashlar
coping; two C20 roof windows; brick end stacks surmounting C19 ashlar lower
stacks. Warren Cottage: first-floor band; on each floor a 16-pane sash window
with flat arch above; kneeler, ashlar coping and brick end stack to right.
Rear: Warren House: window openings have same lintels, and small side-sliding
sashes survive on first floor. Left return: 2 loft windows. Bands do not
return around rear or sides. Interior: Warren House: ground-floor doors of 6
fielded panels; ground-floor room to right has large segmental-arched kitchen
fireplace with round-arched cupboard with door of 3 fielded panels to right;
first- and second-floor doors of 2 panels, some windows have panelled reveals;
turned-baluster dog-leg staircase continues up to loft; principal-rafter roof
trusses with queen struts on collar. Warren House was hastily rebuilt when
Francis Cholmeley married in 1745, so that his bride could be reasonably housed
while Brandsby Hall (qv) was completed, because his workmen had demolished far
more than he had intended, leaving only two rooms habitable. 'Brandsby Hall,
Yorkshire, part I', by John Cornforth, Country Life, January 2, 1969, p.20.


Listing NGR: SE6013473154

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