The Grade II* listed rear part of the farmhouse [SMR28847] block of Moscow Farm [SMR28733] built of coursed stone with a shallow pitch to a gabled slate roof. The house has two and a half storeys with wall vents. The north facade has two large blocked-up stone arches on the ground floor now containing garage and stable doors. The west facade has two gables, a loft door and external stone stairs, with two windows in the gables. In the yard to the south, the western facade has a further gable and a casement window with glazing bars. The ground floor has a penthouse roof and a similar window. There is a single storey cross wing between these two parts of the west façade which contains pigsties. The interior of the north/south range has some vaulted iron construction. (1)
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. NHLE No. 1099936.
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