Glass window and lintel built into the east wall of Hills Farm, the local name is 'Peep 'O' Day'. Built about 1841 by James and Mary Goddard. First place where the sun rises, the window is used as a staircase feature. Impressive wide-gabled house, prominent at Chinley Head, integral barn at the west end. An unusual datestone by virtue of the central spyhole window.
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Centred SK 048 850 (100m by 100m) (Approximate)
HAYFIELD, HIGH PEAK, DERBYSHIRE
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Nov 5 2003 10:53AM
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