This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
SE 20 NE CAWTHORNE DARTON ROAD (North side)
3/42 The Golden Cross
House. Timber frame of west wing possibly C15 (Ryder) and of the hall range C16 (dendro date 1537-9). The east wing and rear outshut probably C18 or early C19. C20 alterations. Rendered with applied timber boarding to cover framing. Stone slate roof. H-plan with rear outshut to 2-bay hall range, the left (west) wing is 2-bays long. Two storeys. Both wings are gabled and have one 2-light window to each floor. The hall range has a central ground- floor window with entrance to far right and two 2-light windows to 1st floor.
Brick stacks. Outshut to rear with altered openings. Rear of west wing shows exposed posts, tie-beam and curving braces.
Interior: The west wing has a collar rafter roof with evidence that the ends were formerly half-hipped (Ryder), some framing survives in east wall. The hall has a king-post roof with raking struts and tie-beams are braced to posts. The central tie-beam has been cut out to increase headroom probably when the hall was floored in C17 or early CI8.
P F Ryder. Report for South Yorkshire Archaeological Service. 11.8.82
Listing NGR: SE2857208126
© Ms Bronwen Stone. Source: Historic England Archive
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