A 17th century house, now two buildings. The west part is the earliest, being raised and extended to the east later. There have been some minor 19th century alterations. (1)
A grade II listed farmhouse dating to the mid 17th century. It is built of coursed rubblestone with gritstone dressings. It has a tiled roof and stone coped gables with kneelers and ball finials. There are 20th century brick gable end stacks. It is two storeys high, and has an off-centre gabled porch with ball finials. This porch was formerly at the west end, but this was rebuilt in its present position in 1974. It has a modern glazed door. The house has three-light chamfered mullioned windows with horizontal dripstones, one window to the right of the porch, and two to the left. There are three similar windows above, and one blocked single-light window on the left on the first floor. There is also a single-storey west wing with all windows renewed in the 20th century. (2)
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. NHLE No: 1109426.
Photograph: Photograph Collection, Conservation & Design section, Derbyshire County Council. HER Images.
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Centred SK 2195 4818 (23m by 16m) (Approximate)
ATLOW, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE
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