NEW LONGLEY AND ATTACHED OUTHOUSE RANGE

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1134488
Date first listed:
19-Jul-1988
Statutory Address:
NEW LONGLEY AND ATTACHED OUTHOUSE RANGE, 1-16, NEW LONGLEY LANE

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Location

Statutory Address:
NEW LONGLEY AND ATTACHED OUTHOUSE RANGE, 1-16, NEW LONGLEY LANE

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

District:
Calderdale (Metropolitan Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SE 05340 22039

Details

SOWERBY BRIDGE NEW LONGLEY LANE SE 0422 & SE 0522; SE 0421 & SE 0521 (west side) 15/141 & 18/141 Nos 1-16 (consec) New Longley and attached - outhouse range - II Row of 16 weavers' cottages and attached outhouse range. Late C18 (dated 1797) and early C19, of several builds built up from west to east. Coursed squared stone, stone slate roofs. L-shaped cottage range, No 1 in the right gable of the long range, Nos 15 and 16 forming the short-wing projecting on left, with single- storey outhouse range extending leftwards. Cottages. 2 and 3 storeys with cellars, each cottage 1 bay. Openings have plain stone surrounds, windows with flat-faced mullions. Nos 15 and 16, the earliest cottages: 2 storeys; 2 doorways flank a 3-light window with inserted window to right and two 3-light windows above; plaque over door of No 15 inscribed 'New Longley 1797'; stack to right end of each. Nos 13 and 14: 2 storeys; each has door to outside of 2-light window on each floor, No 13 with C20 wood and glass porch, No 14 with window inserted above door; shaped gutter brackets; stack to right end of each. Nos 9-12: 4 paired 3-storey cottages, each pair with paired central doors flanked by 3-light windows on each floor, mullions removed from all except blocked 2nd-floor window of No 10; Nos 11 and 12 share blocked taking-in door to centre of 2nd floor; plain gutter brackets; ridge stack to centre of each pair. Nos 7 and 6: 3 storeys; each has door to outside of 3-light window on each floor, mullions removed; end stacks. Nos 2-5: 4 paired, 2-storey cottages, each pair with door to outside of 2-light window on each floor, mullions removed from windows of Nos 2 and 5, inserted lst- floor windows to Nos 3 and 5; c1975 porches and C19 coal holes to Nos 3 and 4; stacks to centre of each pair. Rear: various single-light openings to cellars, and some 2- and 3-light windows. Right return: No 1, on right, has doorway to right of inserted window and blocked 2-light window above. Outhouse range on left has various door and window openings with plain stone surrounds and pent roof.

Listing NGR: SE0534022039

Legacy

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

Legacy System number:
339284
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.

End of official listing

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Date: 12 May 2006
Reference: IOE01/15333/24
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