HESKETH END

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: I

List Entry Number: 1072316

Date first listed: 29-Dec-1952

Date of most recent amendment: 22-Nov-1983

Statutory Address: HESKETH END, JUDD HOLMES LANE

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Location

Statutory Address: HESKETH END, JUDD HOLMES LANE

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

County: Lancashire

District: Ribble Valley (District Authority)

Parish: Chipping

National Grid Reference: SD 61327 41049

Summary

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History

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Details

SD 64 SW CHIPPING JUDD HOLMES LANE (OFF)

4/69 Hesketh End 29.12.52 (formerly listed as Hesketh End Farmhouse under Hesketh Lane)

GV I

House 1591 and early C17th, restored 1907. Coursed sandstone rubble, the front wall of the north range rebuilt with punched ashlar, the side and rear walls pebbledashed. Stone slate roof. Comprises a north range with a cross-wing at the southern end. 2 storeys with attic. The front wall of the north range has 2 3-light double-chamfered mullioned windows on each floor, which, together with the chamfered door surround between them, date from the 1907 restoration. Re-set in the wall are the following inscribed stones: 'RIC AVLSTV', 'ALSTUN HATH INHERITED HERE IB 18 YER', and the sacred monogram between two crosses. The front wall of the cross wing has a 7-light mullioned window with outer chamfer and inner hollow chamfer, with hood, on each floor. A similar window of 2 lights serves the attic, with the sacred monogram and a roundel above under a hood. Above the ground floor window is a continuous inscription two lines high, protected by a continuous drip course:

'BRVTVS ERECTVS LON CESAR CONQVERT AN SAXONII CONQVERT ANGLIA

DINV ANTE CHRIST 1108 GLIA ANTE CHRIST 58 ANNO DON 447 EPISCOPAT IB

DANII CONQVERT ANGLIA IN CO AGER FLODDAN AN 1513 ANGLIA ANNO DOI 1018 M. SIVE. SHIRI ANGL RECEP. FIDM AD 179'.

This continues on-the right-hand return wall:

'ANNO DOMI 1591 ELIS REGI ROBART ALSTVN 25 A CREACIONE MVNDI REGNO ANNI ETATIS NOSTRE RIC ALSTVN IVNIOR 5 TO ANGLIE 524 DEVM

5553 A CONQVES TIME REGEM HONOR'.

At the left-hand side of this wall is a blocked one-light chamfered window with 'Richarde Alstun 53' on the lintel. To the right is a chamfered door surround with triangular head, hood, and lintel inscribed: 'RESPICE FINEM ET NVNQV AM PECCABIS PROXIMUM AMA'. On the 1st floor is a 3-light window similar to those on the front wall and a piece of stone gutter with the gargoyle broken off. The left-hand return wall of the cross-wing has a projecting stack. To its right is a blocked one-light chamfered window, with a 2-light window on the 1st floor similar to those on the 1st floor. At eaves level a gargoyle projects from the chimney, with a second in the front angle with the main wall. The rear wall of the house has sashed windows with plain reveals. Interior. The present front door enters in line with the right-hand fireplace, which is shouldered with a segmental head. Backing onto it at the left is a C18th fireplace, moulded and shouldered with a cornice mantel. The rear door into the cross wing has 'Fear God and love the right' over it. The front room of the cross-wing has a blocked chamfered fireplace and decorated panel. The front 1st floor room of the cross-wing has 2 fragments of clustered columns in plaster, a chamfered fireplace and an inscribed stone. V.C.H. Vol. 7 pp. 30, 31.



Listing NGR: SD6132741049

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 182955

Legacy System: LBS

Sources

Books and journals
Farrer, W, Brownbill, J, The Victoria History of the County of Lancaster, (1912), 30-31

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