PARISH OF BARROW-UPON-TRENT ARLESTON LANE SK 32 NW 3/1 (East Side) 10.11.67 Arleston House Farmhouse (formerly listed under the Parish of Sinfin and Arleston)
Farmhouse. C14, C17 and C18. Coursed squared sandstone, timber framed and red brick. Plain tile roof with brick ridge and gable stacks. Two storeys. The north elevation has a gabled cross wing to the right. The ground floor to the left is of gritstone, with a chamfered plinth and two C20 casement windows. Blocked doorway to right. The first floor has exposed box framing with cement rendered infill. A small 2-light casement to left and a large C20 casement to right. The cross wing to the right has a stone plinth and rendered ground floor, with box framing above. Segment headed doorway flanked by 2-light casements. Later single storey brick range to right has two doorways under flat arches, a 2-light casement and a 3-light C20 casement. The south elevation has a sandstone ground floor of medieval character, with eight buttresses, the outer ones paired, each with three set-offs. Central doorway with a stone lintel and a C20 glazed door and overlight. Segmental arch of a blocked doorway to right. To the left are two wooden cross windows under segmental arches. Two similar windows to the right, a further one with a C20 casement. The first floor of red brick has three C18 wooden cross windows under flat arches and one similar window with a C20 casement. Arleston House is supposed to incorporate remains of the Preceptory of Yeaveley and Barrow established by the Knights Hospitallers in the C13.
Listing NGR: SK3369729639.