18th century farmhouse, incorporating some parts of the old Babington house. Two storeys, rubble built. Four windows, plain doors and tiled roof. Has associations with the old manor site. (1)
Babbington Farmhouse is a Grade II structure of the mid 18th century, incorporating remains of an earlier structure. It is of two storeys and four bays constructed from coursed rubble sandstone with plain gables, quoins to the north-west end, intermediate and south-east gable ashlar stacks with moulded caps and a plain tiled roof. The principal elevation has evidence of localised rebuilding and the south-east gables has blocked door and window openings and the stubs of former walls. It may once have formed part of structures associated with the now demolished manor of the Babington family which formerly stood near the site. (2)
Unpublished document: County Treasure Recording Form. 1/36, with photo.
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. List entry number 1049088.
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