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Listed Building: LITTLE LONDON FARMHOUSE (1334826)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 1194, 1, 64
Date assigned Friday, November 10, 1967
Date last amended


PARISH OF OCKBROOK FAR LANE SK 43 NW 1/64 (East Side) Little London 10.11.67 Farmhouse II Threshing barn, now a farmhouse. Early C17 with C19 addition and C19 and C20 alterations. Square panel timber framing with corner braces and queen post trusses, set on stone plinth and infilled with brick nogging, also with C19 brick extension to east. Steeply pitched C20 concrete tile roof on original trusses with three brick ridge stacks. Eight bay timber frame building with single bay addition to east. Timber framed part has four bays to west, then a wide bay without framing and another three timber framed bays beyond, suggesting this was formerly a threshing barn or two cottages. North elevation has a horizontal sliding sash to each of the two westernmost bays and both sashes are set to the west side of the panels. To the east is a small C20 window and beyond in the wider bay, which has been filled with later brick, is a segment headed 2-light glazing bar casement. Beyond again to east, there are two small C19 windows in the timber framed part and a blank wall to the C19 extension. Above there are three horizontal sliding sashes, each is set to the side of the panel it is in. South elevation has similar odd arrangement of horizontal sliding sashes and casement windows. The doorcase is to the east of the southern elevation and has a plain C19 door. The C19 extension has 3-light casement windows. Interior is very simple with winder staircase and plank doors. Listing NGR: SK4339137220

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Grid reference SK 4339 3722 (point)
Map sheet SK43NW

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Jun 11 2023 7:12PM

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