OUTBUILDING CIRCA 30 METRES NORTH OF CLARKSON'S FOLD FARM

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1073508
Date first listed:
13-Jan-1986
Statutory Address:
OUTBUILDING CIRCA 30 METRES NORTH OF CLARKSON'S FOLD FARM

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Location

Statutory Address:
OUTBUILDING CIRCA 30 METRES NORTH OF CLARKSON'S FOLD FARM

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

County:
Lancashire
District:
Preston (District Authority)
Parish:
Haighton
National Grid Reference:
SD 57104 33968

Details

SD 53 SE HAIGHTON COW HILL

8/89 Outbuilding c.30 metres north of Clarkson's Fold Farm

II

Former farmhouse with integral barn and shippon, probably C17, altered, now used as store and shippon. Cruck frame with cladding of hand-made brick on stone plinth (part rendered), steeply-pitched roof of corrugated sheet covering remains of thatch. Rectangular 4-bay plan (not corresponding to cruck trusses), with 2-bay end-baffle-entry house at south end and 2-bay barn and shippon continued to the north. One-and-a-half storey house, facing west, has board door at right-hand end, a square fixed window with glazing bars to this bay, a larger 16-pane sashed window to the next (both these damaged) and a 2-light sliding sash further left; barn has a door to the shippon at the left end, double doors to the 2nd bay. South gable has a 2-light attic window; rear has a 16-pane sashed window to the south bay, a small sliding sash to the next, and beyond this a door with a boarded window to the left of it and a fixed square window to the right. Interior: 3 full cruck trusses; the 1st making the partition between the barn and the shippon, with tie beams, yoke, and dorsals carrying trenched purlins with curved windbraces to the inner side; the 2nd, about the middle of the 2nd bay of the house, with front blade of inferior scantling (perhaps altered); and the 3rd, close to the right gable and enclosing a brick stack, with tie beam and yoke, collar missing, carrying purlins trenched into the blades, with curved windbraces on the inner side. House has intermediate partition of timber framing and wattle and daub, 1/4-turn staircase in the angle between this and the front wall giving access to lofts over both rooms; barn divided from house by full-height brick wall; lofted shippon with one single and 2 double stalls, the partitions apparently original (and still used for 5 cattle).

Listing NGR: SD5710433968

Legacy

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

Legacy System number:
185936
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

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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