This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
LAXTON MAIN STREET SK 76 NW (south side) 4/49 Ivy House Farm- house 25.7.80 G.V. II
Farmhouse. C17. Refronted and extended mid C18. Brick and coursed squared rubble with dressed stone quoins and steep pitched C20 plain tile roof. Chamfered and plain stone plinth, brick plinth, partly rendered. Rebated and partly dentillated eaves. 3 ridge stacks. 2 storeys plus garrets, 4 bays. L- plan. To left, C20 door flanked to left by a double sash and to right by 3 sashes. Above, 4 sashes. All openings have segmental heads. West gable has C19 toilet block, brick with lean-to pantile roof. Above, to right, C18 Yorkshire sash.
Above again, blocked opening. South front has double gabled rear wing. To left, C20 casement and door with segmental head. To their right, 3 casements, that to right with segmental head and stone lintel. Above, 4 casements with segmental heads, one with stone lintel. Cellar to right of rear wings has to east, casement with segmental head. East gable has, above, C20 sash to garret. Interior has, to south, jowls of 2 posts. Principal rafter roof with double tenoned purlins and wind braces. Some common rafters renewed. 2 flight oak winder stair to south west.
C19 winder stair with turned newel to east. 2 stud walls with lath and plaster infill. 3 span beams, one with stops. Cased fireplace bressummer.
Listing NGR: SK7202567046
© Mr Roger H Mockford. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Mockford, Roger H
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