House. C16, partly rebuilt in C18 and C19, also with mid-C20 restoration. Close studded and ornamental panelled timber frame on stone plinth with plaster infill, partly rebuilt in red brick. Slate and plain tile roofs with large brick ridge and side wall stacks. H-plan, two storeys plus attics and three bays. South elevation has ground floor mostly rebuilt in brick with only the corner posts remaining. The advanced bays each have central, diamond paned C20 windows, that to east 3-light and that to west 4-light. Central section has C20 door to east and 4-light C20 window to west. Above, three C20 oriel windows with diamond paned casements, set amid decorative timber work panels. Lower squares to advanced bays have simple lozenge patterns whilst central section has panels divided into four with quatrefoils in each. All the upper panels have large crosses with oval cut-outs to centres. Advanced bays have - jettied gables over with quatrefoil panels and the blocked remains of 3-light mullion attic windows. Ground and first floors of west elevation rebuilt in brick but jettied attic gables survive with quatrefoil panels to base and splat baluster frieze over. Rear elevation also considerably rebuilt in brick but eastern crosswing still has considerably quantity of close studding to first and attic floors. Interior said to contain chamfered beams one inglenook fireplace and part of the original staircase.
Listing NGR: SK2445630639
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