INGLENOOK

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1072848

Date first listed: 17-Apr-1967

Statutory Address: INGLENOOK, 3, STATION LANE

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: INGLENOOK, 3, STATION LANE

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

County: Lancashire

District: Wyre (District Authority)

Parish: Nether Wyresdale

National Grid Reference: SD 50144 48908

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History

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Details

NETHER WYRESDALE STATION LANE SD 54 NW 5/172 scorton 17-4-1967 No.3 (Inglenook) GV II House, C17. Rendered rubble with steep corrugated iron roof. One storey with attic. To each side of the door there is a modern window with glazing bars. At the left there is a fire window with plain reveals, of 3 lights with timber mullions. The attic is lit by 2 dormers. The door has plain reveals. Gable chimneys, the left-hand one replacing a firehood and set inside the gable wall. The left-hand gable wall has, on both floors, a window with rebated and chamfered surround, hood, and central mullion removed. Inside, there is one cruck truss visible on the ground floor. Between the cruck blades there is a timber-framed wall which divided the housepart from the 2 rooms at the north-west end of the house. The adjacent chamfered doorways to these rooms remain, although one of the flat doorheads has been removed. In the housepart a heck post runs from floor to ceiling; a firehood bressumer has been sawn off below ceiling level. A second vertical timber is embedded in the front wall, also mortised for a bressumer. Built into the left-hand side wall of the present fireplace there is a fragment of dressed sandstone with a rope moulded edge, possibly part of a medieval grave cover.

Listing NGR: SD5014448908

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 185566

Legacy System: LBS

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