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Rossendale (District Authority)
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SD 85339 22176



7/76 Waggoner Tunstead Farmhouse 19.6.1968 (formerly listed as Waggoner Tunstead) - II*

Large farmhouse, dated 1632 on lintel of rear doorway, extended, altered, and recently renovated; now house. Coursed sandstone with quoins, stone slate roofs with gable copings and one chimney stack on ridge to rear. Composite plan: 2-bay range with 2-bay crosswing at the left side incorporating front and rear doorways (and separately roofed), single-bay rear wing to 2nd bay. Two storeys, with basement storey at right end. Gable wall of crosswing has moulded Tudor-arched doorway to integral porch on right, one double-chamfered stone mullion window with hoodmould on each floor, of 4 and 5 -lights, (inserted window at 1st floor); to the right, ground floor has a similar 6-light window with hollow chamfer, and modern coupled cross windows, 1st floor has flush-mullion windows of 4,5,5, and 5 lights. Left side wall of crosswing has a 3-light window on each floor of front bay, restored stepped 5-light flush mullion window on each floor of rear bay; rear gable wall of wing has wide doorway with moulded jambs and very large lintel lettered in relief: "IT.1632.IE .IS" (S reversed), a 3-light doubte-chamfered stone mullion window at ground floor and at 1st floor a 4-light chamfered mullion window with double recessed head. Right return wall of main range has small chamfered window on each floor and in gable, wing continuing this wall has chamfered 5-light mullion window to basement, a double-chamfered 6-light mullion window with triple-recessed head at ground floor, and a 2-light flush mullion window above; rear gable of wing has door inserted in part of a flush mullion window,a small chamfered window to the right,and at 1st floor 2 double chamfered mullion windows with triple recessed heads and hoodmoulds, 6 and 2 lights; in re-entrant of wing is small chamfered stairlight. Interior: through passage in wing (now staircase); housepart with diamond flagged floor, very large stone arched fireplace with moulded surround and cambered head (formed of 2 blocks), 2 large beams with tongue-stopped chamfer carrying scored joists; 2 kingpost roof trusses (one now incorporated in wall).

Listing NGR: SD8533922176


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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: 10 Mar 2007
Reference: IOE01/16281/26
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Nigel Wood. Source Historic England Archive
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