POND FARMHOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1132860

Date first listed: 09-Apr-1972

Statutory Address: POND FARMHOUSE, 645, STANNINGTON ROAD

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: POND FARMHOUSE, 645, STANNINGTON ROAD

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

District: Sheffield (Metropolitan Authority)

Parish: Bradfield

National Grid Reference: SK 30633 88623

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History

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Details

SK38NW BRADFIELD STANNINGTON ROAD (south side)

14/98 No. 645 (Pond Farmhouse) 9/4/72 II

House. Late medieval core later encased in stone, extensively renovated c 1977. Cruck framing, irregular gritstone rubble, C20 cement-tiled roof. 3-bays with continuous range of outshuts under a catslide roof. Bay divisions marked on front elevation by a ragged masonry joint to left and an exposed cruck blade foot to right. 2 storeys, 3 windows to first floor. C20 doors and wood casements, shallow stone lintels. Boarded door to left end with 2-light window to its right. Another boarded door to right flanked by 3-light windows. Central 3-light casement to first floor with a 2-light window to each side. Rebuilt ridge stack. Interior : contains substantial remains of a medieval cruck-framed open-hall house. 3 cruck pairs with the left cruck frame displaying the top of an octagonal post set between 2 tie beams to provide a decorative open truss. This truss is now embedded in the gable wall the original building having been truncated. To the right of this truss the rear side wall retains an ogee-headed wooden lintel which marks the position of a former cross passage. An extensive archaeological examination of this house is included in P.F. Ryder, Timber Framed Buildings in South Yorkshire, undated, pp. 70-77.

Listing NGR: SK3063388623

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 335421

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Sources

Books and journals
Ryder, P , Timber Framed Buildings in South Yorkshire, (1980), 70-77

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