WALLSTREAMS, WITH WALLSTREAMS COTTAGE

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1072635
Date first listed:
01-Apr-1953
Statutory Address:
WALLSTREAMS, WITH WALLSTREAMS COTTAGE, CHURCH SQUARE

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Location

Statutory Address:
WALLSTREAMS, WITH WALLSTREAMS COTTAGE, CHURCH SQUARE

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

County:
Lancashire
District:
Burnley (District Authority)
Parish:
Worsthorne-with-Hurstwood
National Grid Reference:
SD 87618 32318

Details

SD 83 SE WORSTHORNE WITH CHURCH SQUARE (off): HURSTWOOD Worsthorne

3/41 Wallstreams, with Wallstreams Cottage 1.4.1953 - II

Farmhouse, now 2 dwellings. Probably early C17 altered. Thin sandstone rubble with quoins, slate roof. Two bays and 2 storeys with storeyed outshut and projecting on north side. Two-and-a-half storey porch in line with ridge chimney at right hand end has slightly-arched moulded doorway protected by a hoodmould with returned ends linked to a dripcourse which steps up and carries round the whole building to the left (stepping irregularly), at 1st floor a recessed 3-light window with chamfered mullions, a dripcourse carried round 3 sides above this, and in the gable a little ogee-headed blind window with carved spandrels and a hoodmould with figured stops; to the left, a short section of infilled masonry (crossed by the dripcourse), then at ground floor an inserted door to the outshut, a little square window with a hoodmould, and a double chamfered 4-light window and at 1st floor a similar 2-light window with a hoodmould, and an inserted window. Coupled chimney on the ridge of this part. East gable has inter alia another small ogee-headed blind window under a hoodmould with conical stops. South front has stepped dripcourses to both floors, the housepart has at ground floor a 3-light window and a king mullioned window of 3 + 3 lights, and at 1st floor similar windows of 3 and 4 + 3 lights; the eastern bay has a 3-light window on each floor all these windows with deeply-recessed chamfered mullions in chamfered reveals. Interior: inner doorway in porch has slightly-arched moulded surround, studded board door with strap hinges, and original wooden lock on inner side; internal partitions mostly altered; formerly baffle-entry, but heck and bressummer removed. (Former barn replacing former 3rd bay at west end, now (1985) in course of alteration and remodelling, not included in the item). Reference: RCHM p.175.

Listing NGR: SD8761832318

Legacy

The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.

Legacy System number:
184047
Legacy System:
LBS

Sources

Books and journals
Pearson, S, Rural Houses of the Lancashire Pennines 1560-1760, (1985), 175

Legal

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

End of official listing

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Date: 25 Feb 2004
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