FARMERS ARMS INN WITH BUILDINGS ATTACHED INCLUDING NUMBER 101

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1072522

Date first listed: 30-Jan-1987

Statutory Address: FARMERS ARMS INN WITH BUILDINGS ATTACHED INCLUDING NUMBER 101, TOWNGATE

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Location

Statutory Address: FARMERS ARMS INN WITH BUILDINGS ATTACHED INCLUDING NUMBER 101, TOWNGATE

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

County: Lancashire

District: Chorley (District Authority)

Parish: Eccleston

National Grid Reference: SD 51744 17309

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History

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Details

ECCLESTON TOWNGATE SD 51 NW 9/108 Farmers Arms Inn with buildings - attached including No. 101 GV II

Public house, with former stables, cottage, etc; mid C18, with additions later C18. Handmade brick painted white, slate roof; and handmade brick with stone slate roofs. Farmers Arms is double-depth 2-bay plan; 2 storeys, almost symmetrical, with gable chimneys; 2-course band; board door offset slightly right of centre, 2 square sashed windows on each floor, all these openings with gauged brick heads and those at ground floor segmental-headed; painted sign on brackets in centre of 1st floor. To the right on lower level a short 2-storey continuation with blocked doorway at the junction and one window on each floor, like the others. Interior of Farmers Arms: 4-room plan altered (partition in right-hand side removed); one fielded panel door. To the left, stable and cottages consist of 3 elements in 3 builds; all altered but not recently: stable adjoining Farmers Arms, cottage adjoining this slightly canted back, and set back and further canted, the gable end of a receding wing probably formerly a pair of cottages. Stable is one bay, 2 storeys, has door at junction with Farmers Arms and former loading door to loft altered as a 6-pane sliding sash window; canted part adjoining on left is one bay, 2 slightly lower storeys, has a wide segmental head to a former wagon door and a 20-pane sash below and another above; gable of No.101 to left has a panelled door to the right and one 20-pane sash in the centre of each floor (upper altered slightly) and its left return wall has a blocked former door near the front corner, a damaged modern porch left of centre and two 4-pane sashes above. This part derelict at time of survey (1985).

Listing NGR: SD5174417309

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 184360

Legacy System: LBS

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