Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1071998

Date first listed: 09-Jun-1967



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

County: Lancashire

District: Fylde (District Authority)

Parish: Staining

National Grid Reference: SD 34423 36733


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STAINING STAINING ROAD SD 33 NW Newton 3/69 Stanley Cottage (Formerly listed under the Civil 9.6.67 Parish of Hardhorn with Newton)

- II

Farmhouse, late C17. Hand made brick painted white, corrugated iron sheet roof and boxed eaves painted black (covering thatch) with brick chimney close to present left gable. Two-bay baffle-entry plan, 2nd bay projecting slightly to front and rear, a 3rd bay at the left end (which may have been an addition) having collapsed at the beginning of this century. One and a half storeys; broad brick buttress to left corner, panelled door beside it, a small sliding sash window with glazing bars at ground floor of each bay, the 2nd with a brick label, and in the eaves above these 2 very low 3-light sliding sash windows. Right gable has a blocked 3-light brick mullioned attic window above a latter lean-to; rear has similar brick mullion windows of 5 lights to the 1st bay, 6 lights to the 2nd, most lights blocked. Interior not inspected, but understood to have ovolo-moulded bressumer in the housepart, similarly moulded surrounds to the twin doors to the parlour and buttery; evidence that 2nd bay was originally lofted but housepart celled only later; possibility that upper part of internal partition contains a cruck truss. Watson and McClintock, Traditional Houses of the Fylde p.81.

Listing NGR: SD3442336733


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Legacy System number: 183639

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Books and journals
Watson, R C, McClintock, M E , Traditional Houses of the Fylde, (1979), 81

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