An early 18th century Grade II listed farmhouse, with subsequent remodelling. Constructed with coursed rubble gritstone, with more finely dressed work to the south-west bay, with quoins and coped gables with moulded kneelers, plus intermediate and gable end chimney-stacks of brick and stone. The house has a slated roof with stone slated eaves. It is an 'L' plan house with gabled offshuts to the rear. The south-east elevation has an irregular facade, with stacked former three-light flush mullioned windows to the south-west end bay and the ground floor opening now altered to house a glazing bar sash window. There is a blocked single light opening above the doorway to the second bay, with massive quoined surround and lintel, below a shallow bracketed hood. The door is 20th Century with a glazed light. The third bay has a sash frame in a flush surround to the first floor, above there is a two-light flush mullioned window aperture with casement windows to the north east, a second doorway with massive surround and 20th Century half glazed door. The third bay has a leaded window in a flush surround, above a sash frame in a flush surround. There is a plain stone framed opening at floor level of the fourth bay. (1)
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. NHLE No. 1356177.
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Centred SK 3397 5432 (17m by 13m)
CRICH, AMBER VALLEY, DERBYSHIRE
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