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Latitude: 53.2952 / 53°17'42"N
Longitude: -1.5217 / 1°31'18"W
OS Eastings: 431976
OS Northings: 377688
OS Grid: SK319776
Mapcode National: GBR KZTB.BG
Mapcode Global: WHCCX.LFLP
Entry Name: Farm Outbuildings to the East of Holmesfield Hall
Listing Date: 31 January 1967
Last Amended: 7 July 1989
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1335104
English Heritage Legacy ID: 79645
Location: Holmesfield, North East Derbyshire, Derbyshire, S18
District: North East Derbyshire
Civil Parish: Holmesfield
Built-Up Area: Holmesfield
Traditional County: Derbyshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire
Church of England Parish: Dronfield St John Baptist
Church of England Diocese: Derby
PARISH OF HOLMESFIELD MAIN ROAD
SK 37 NW
to the east of
(formerly listed as
barns at Holmesfield
Farm outbuildings, formerly timber framed open hall and service
range. C15 with C17 alterations and additions. Coursed coal
measures sandstone with quoins, plain gables to north range,
coped gable to south end of east range, with moulded kneelers
and with Welsh slated roofs having stone slated eaves courses.
Irregular T-plan, originally L-plan, timber framed complex, to
which a C17 rear wing was added. North range of four bays, with
central full-height double doorway, a single taking-in door to
the east, and several single light openings to the ground floor.
Attached east range of four bays with two plain ground floor
doorways, with plain boarded doors, and a single window at the
north end. Interior. North range, five bay king post truss
roof supporting a single purlin roof. Arch braced tie beam on
west side of double doorway has curved struts, a moulded fillet
to the tie beam soffit, and a six-petal rose boss. The wall
plates have pegholes in the position of mortices for a close
studded frame, and jowel posts remain in situ within the walling
to the east of the doorway, with mortices for side braces. The
soffits to the tie beams to the east of the doorway have mortice
holes. The east range is of three bays, with three trusses
which match those to the north range, but without embellishment.
The remains of some jowel posts are to be found in the walling.
Single bay to north of north range has a single cruck truss
supporting a double purlin roof. The internal timber structure
of this building suggests that it was formerly a timber framed
open hall with an ancillary crosswing as a service or lodgings
Listing NGR: SK3197677688
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