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The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

Rochdale (Metropolitan Authority)
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SD 88874 14357


SD 81 SE ROCHDALE FALINGE FOLD (north-side) 6/59 Nos. 32, 34 and 36 25.10.1951 (formerly listed as Nos. 34 & 36) II

House and byre, now two cottages. Mid C17 with brick addition of c.1800. Coursed watershot rubble with stone dressings, stone slate roof and brick chimney stack and addition. 4 bays in total with 2 storeys through out. 2- unit house with byre to right, C20 outshot to rear of byre and brick addition to left with lean-to at rear. Doorway has chamfered surround and slightly pointed lintel, two other doors are now blocked up. The door is flanked on left and right by 4-light flat faced recessed mullioned windows with chamfered jambs to palour and house-part. The byre window is of 3 lights. The upper floor has 4-light chamfered flush mullions except for byre which has 2-lights. The left hand bay is a later addition in brick but has good brick decoration and sash windows. The byre is largely re- built but formerly had a wide animal access door in the gable. Some windows have early cast iron small pane glazing. 3-light chamfered flush mullioned window to house- part, otherwise largely C20 replacements. The rear access to the parlour has a similar lintel to the front doorway. Most room retain chamfered beams with stepped stops and there are remnants of timber framed cross-walls. Formerly formed part of the Royd estate and may have been Falinge Hall before the present hall was constructed.

Listing NGR: SD8887414357


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 28 Aug 1999
Reference: IOE01/00549/26
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