Listed Building

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Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
Planning Authority
NH 68172 55670
268172, 855670


Style of William Flockhart. Early 1900's. English Vernacular

Revival. Long, low range of buildings comprising 2 storeyed

cottage, byre, barn and linked by timbered arcade in balanced

asymmetry, all having tiled roofs.

Cottage has near mansard bellcast roof with dormers and

central chimney. Entrance porch and square bay window south

elevation. Deep eaves; harled to cill height with bullfaced

rubble footings and clasping buttresses. Side door to east

opens to arcade, leading to dairy with portico straddling

arcade and to byre and barn. Besides portico dairy has stone

built portion with pyramidal roof with loft and weathervane,

and piend-roofed main block behind. This runs north/south and

has tall chimney.

Harled byre with masonry footings as the cottage and similar

masonry door surround facing arcade. Gambrel roof with

louvred gables to exceptionally tall loft; large

segment-headed window front elevation. White tiled interior

with stalls. To north and east low built stone range with

battered buttress and loft with horizontal louvred openings.



Not shown on 1905 Ordnance Survey.

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