Barn and attached cowhouse approximately 9 metres to east of Norland Hall


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Barn and attached cowhouse approximately 9 metres to east of Norland Hall, London Road


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Statutory Address:
Barn and attached cowhouse approximately 9 metres to east of Norland Hall, London Road

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Calderdale (Metropolitan Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SE 07017 23271


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SOWERBY BRIDGE Norland LONDON ROAD (east side, off) Barn and attached cowhouse approximately 9 metres to east of Norland Hall

GV II Barn and attached cowhouse now used for storage. Barn dated '1780 WH' but probably late C17; cowhouse probably early C18. Coursed squared stone, stone slate roofs. Three bay barn with lower three bay cowhouse set back on right.

Barn: quoins. Central quoined segmental-arched cart entry, one of the right hand quoins dated on the inside. Chamfered rectangular vents to either side. Quoined mistal doorway to left end with triangular cut-out to lintel. Pent-roofed addition on left not of special interest. Cowhouse has chamfered quoined doorway with renewed lintel on left, chamfered rectangular vents and one plain vent.

Rear: barn has a central chamfered quoined doorway flanked by chamfered rectangular vents and an inserted narrow mistal doorway on right. Left return: ground-floor opening, rectangular vents above and arched vent in gable, all chamfered; other square vents.

Interior: barn:in left end are stalls for six cows with floor above and recess in-left wall (probably for a lamp); blocked pitching door in right gable; C19 fishbone king-post roof trusses with reused purlins and rafters.

Listing NGR: SE0701723271


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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: 14 Jan 2007
Reference: IOE01/15821/06
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Nigel Wood. Source Historic England Archive
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