Building record MDR15190 - Holly Tree Farm, Main Road, Heath

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  • None recorded

Full Description

Holly Tree Farm is a two-storey, early 18th century house that has been identified as making an important contribution to the Heath Village Conservation Area. It has been constructed from coursed squared coal measures sandstone, with quoins and a coped gable to the west end. It has a Welsh slate roof with rendered gable stacks. The south elevation has an off-centre sandstone porch, dated 1700, with a 20th century panelled door in a chamfered stone surround, flanked by a pair of casement windows. There is a single fixed cast iron light with hoodmould to the west end. Three casement windows are to the first floor level, the one above the doorway being smaller. The west elevation has a three-light chamfered mullioned window to the ground floor, with a similar window at first floor level, both with leaded lights and hoodmoulds. (1)

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <1> Unpublished document: North East Derbyshire District Council. 2000. Heath Village Conservation Area, Character Statement. Building No. 10, p. 17.



Grid reference Centred SK 4473 6667 (15m by 10m)

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Nov 25 2021 10:17AM

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