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House Now Outbuilding at High Foxup

A Grade II Listed Building in Halton Gill, North Yorkshire

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Latitude: 54.1861 / 54°11'9"N

Longitude: -2.2023 / 2°12'8"W

OS Eastings: 386895

OS Northings: 476719

OS Grid: SD868767

Mapcode National: GBR FN21.05

Mapcode Global: WHB66.41KQ

Entry Name: House Now Outbuilding at High Foxup

Listing Date: 4 May 1989

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1316822

English Heritage Legacy ID: 324659

Location: Halton Gill, Craven, North Yorkshire, BD23

County: North Yorkshire

District: Craven

Civil Parish: Halton Gill

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

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Listing Text

SD 87 NE

House now outbuilding
at High Foxup


House, now sheep shelter. Dated 1673 with C18 alterations. Gritstone
rubble, graduated stone slate roof. 1½ storeys, 3 bays with central outshut
porch. Blocked door in porch right return has quoined jambs and large
lintel with recessed panel and raised lettering, "T.M.A.E, 1673" An
inserted doorway on the porch front wall, and another to bay 3. Recessed
chamfered mullion windows throughout, of 4 lights with 2 mullions removed
to bay 1, ground floor, and of 3 lights with 1 mullion removed to first
floor. A fire window without dressed stone surround, far left; bay 3: a
blocked window of 2 or more lights, the right jamb destroyed by the
inserted doorway, and a 2-light window above, the mullion removed. Rear:
semicircular stair turret, centre, with a pierced stone circular window. 3
narrow low chamfered windows, 2 to left and 1 to right of the stair turret.
Interior: the door position may be original, in a sheltered angle rather
than on the porch front which would have necessitated a gabled porch, or
the porch may be an addition. The main living room was at the left end; the
bressumer survives, underbuilt with a smaller stone fireplace, the firebay
lit by the small fire-windows front and back. Detailed examination could
not be made of the interior because of the dangerous condition of the
building. The rear wall is a rare example of unaltered C17 fenestration,
kept to a minimum on the cold side of the house. The circular window
lights the stone newel staircase at step level. Derelict at the time of

Listing NGR: SD8689576719

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