Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1136461

Date first listed: 04-Jul-1986



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District: Cheshire East (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Hurleston

National Grid Reference: SJ 61483 54902


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HURLESTON C.P. SJ 65 SW 4/71 Bache House Farmhouse - GV II

Farmhouse with late C17 origins but early C19 appearance. Whitened brickwork and pebble dashing, slate roof, 2 storey and attic, 4 bays with 3-bay return (north-west) which completes an "L" shaped plan. An added projecting brick porch, at the south end of the east front, has a semi-circular headed opening at the side with added mild steel gate. The door, in the main wall, is half glazed in a beaded door case. Mainly 3-light flush casements, with wood sills and glazing bars; flat headed to facade and with segmental arches on return. Some windows blocked at first floor level. The side entrance is a 12-panel door in a fluted pilaster doorcase with projecting cornice and flat head. Barge boards to gables; plain brick stacks. Interior: The 3-bay return is a former cheese room, which is now part of the house, this contains C18 chamfered beams. There are timbers in the house walls, 6-panel doors, also 4-panel doors and wide boarded doors on HL hinges. Oak staircase with square balusters and boarded spandrel. 4-panel doors at first floor level. Gable timbers visible in attic, also chamfered oak purlins and strutted trusses, boarded doors on HL hinges. The roof over the former cheese room has a king post truss.

Listing NGR: SJ6148354902


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Legacy System number: 56982

Legacy System: LBS

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