A 17th century farmhouse, two storeys in coursed stone with stone slate roof. Mullions have been lost. (1)
A grade II listed farmhouse, now a house. It was built in the late 17th century, and altered in the 20th century. It is built of coursed millstone grit, with tooled dressings and stone slate roof. It also has stone stacks with watertabling. The building is a single-depth range with a catslide and outshut to the rear. It is two storeys high. The front has a five window range. There are double garage doors under a heavy lintel to the left, the main doorway to the right with a 20th century plank door, and beyond 20th century bow windows have been inserted in the original window openings. Above there are four windows, which were originally three-light, now with mullions removed and with wooden casements, plus a single tall window. The rear elevation has a 20th century dormer window inserted into the catslide roof. The entire elevation has been refenestrated in the 20th century. Inside, the farmhouse is reputed to retain its original beams. (2)
Index: North Derbyshire Archaeological Trust (NDAT). North Derbyshire Archaeological Trust Index. 3280.
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. NHLE entry no: 1384292.
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Centred SK 032 961 (16m by 32m) (Centre)
GLOSSOP, HIGH PEAK, DERBYSHIRE
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Mar 26 2018 1:52PM
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