Listed Building: SITCH FARMHOUSE (1248476)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 668, 7, 170
Date assigned Monday, December 12, 1988
Date last amended

Description

1. STARKHOLMES ROAD 1390 MATLOCK SK 35 NW 7/170 Sitch Farmhouse II 2. House and attached stable, formerly house, attached cottage and stable. Late C18, with Cl9 alterations and additions. Coursed squared gritstone, with ashlar dressings, all now roughcast, plain gables, ridge and gable brick stacks, and a Welsh slate roof. Two storeys, 3 window range, with two bay house to centre, cottage to south east end (right hand) and stable to north west (left hand). House doorway flanked by stacked two-light flush-mullioned windows, having casement frames with horizontal glazing bars. Surrounds to door and window openings generally obscured by roughcast. Cottage part with plain doorway to north west side, and stacked two-light flush-mullioned windows to south- east side. Stable part with central doorway, and single square window with hopper vent. Plain planked doors throughout. At north-west end, a low stone slated lean to kennel, and steps to a first floor gable doorway with plank door. Rear elevation to house has single bay two storey scullery/dairy, running parallel to the main range. Interior. Exposed spine beams with plain chamfer stops, and exposed joists to south east bay of house. Jowelled surround to main hearth of house, plain surround to former cottage hearth, both with late Cl9 ranges. Early C20 tiled hearth to north west end bay of house. Side purlin roof. Stalls to stable survive. Listing NGR: SK3018158400

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Grid reference SK 30181 58400 (point)
Map sheet SK35NW

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Feb 23 2006 4:40PM

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