A Grade II listed, early 19th century, two-storey farm building located across Chevin Road at Crossroads Farm [SMR17012], and built of ashlar with a coped gable end, slate roof and a stone chimney, rising from the eaves, on the road elevation. The ground floor, with a west end brick lined carriageway arch, has nine windows and stable doors with narrow horizontal iron vents over each opening. There are eleven windows on the 1st floor which are iron framed with stone surrounds, with four windows now bricked up. There are end plates of iron braces on the front of the building and a trough under an attached eastern stone wall. The east end elevation has a blocked window above the garage doors. See list description for further details. (1)
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. NHLE No. 1087424.
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