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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- Planning Authority
- NS 44199 72282
- 244199, 672282
(a) MAIN BLOCK:
Main E-plan double court dated 1851 William Burn? Gothic, single-storey and loft, snecked rubble with ashlar dressings. Main north frontage approximately symmetrical, advanced gabled centre and ends, the former with a pend, right-hand gable has later slappings at ground floor. Lower wing on right. Courts are open to south, western arm of west farm court to south jerkin-head gable with very wide depressed arch, and buttresses on flank to courtyard. Threshing mill building and engine-house with circular brick chimney project from its west flank. Farm cottages east side of east court, with 3 doors and 3 gablet bipartite dormers. Slated roofs, piended to south, gabled to north on bracketed
eaves with barge boards. Tall ashlar stacks. Lattice glazing, a few windows sashed.
(b) WEST BLOCK:
Mid 19th century. 2-storey, unusual design of 6 bays with cartshed piers carried right up, with 1st floor timber framed between them, modern cladding. Piended roof.
(c) NORTH BLOCK:
Dated 1855. Brick range of cattle sheds to north. 3 arches with decorative double course of pantiles in centre. Arched side windows.
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