Building record MDR16355 - Handley Farmhouse , Wilderbrook Lane, Shottle and Postern

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A Grade II listed farmhouse and attached outbuilding, c.1800. Built of coursed squared gritstone with eaves band, plain gables, end ashlar roof-ridge chimney-stacks and a plain tiled roof. The house has a lower attached range to the rear which extends westwards as a farm outbuilding into the yard. The house part is of two storeys and attics, and two bays with glazing bar sash windows set below wedge lintels with 'V' shaped rustication. It has an off-centre doorway with a six-panelled door enclosed by a flat roofed stone porch, with moulded pilasters supporting the lintel and cornice. The lower range to the rear has two two-light flush mullioned windows above a 20th century glazed lean-to, to the rear elevation, with a plain quoined surround to the blocked doorway on the south elevation, flanked by two plain window openings. The lean-to is attached to the house west gable. (1)

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  • <1> Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. NHLE No. 1311341.



Grid reference Centred SK 3230 4950 (41m by 15m)

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Dec 21 2018 9:27AM

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