A Grade II listed, mid 17th century farmhouse dated 1723 and rebuilt in the mid 18th century. Built of rubble and coursed limestone with gritstone quoins and a Welsh slate roof, the farmhouse has three storeys, with three windows to the first floor. There is a 19th century lean-to against the right return. The 17th century ground floor has pink gritstone quoins and an original moulded, quoined doorway to the far right. Above the door is a plaque with eroded initials and the date '1723'. To the left of the door is a former three-light chamfered, mullioned window with its sill cut through and a 20th century casement inserted. There is a blocked 19th century doorway near the centre of the house with the present door in a broad opening beyond. The first floor has buff gritstone quoins, a single-light window flanked by two-light windows in tall square-cut sandstone surrounds with their mullions removed. The second floor has windows similar to the first floor but smaller and intact. Please see list description for further details. (1)
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. NHLE No. 1249112.
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Centred SK 2737 5810 (12m by 19m)
BONSALL, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE
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