Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1149719

Date first listed: 27-Aug-1987

Statutory Address: CHURCH FARMHOUSE, A170


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Statutory Address: CHURCH FARMHOUSE, A170

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

County: North Yorkshire

District: Ryedale (District Authority)

Parish: Middleton

National Grid Reference: SE 78251 85460


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MIDDLETON A 170 SE 7885-7985 (north side, off) 15/36 Church Farmhouse II - 2 attached houses, now a barn. 2 builds, early C17 and later C17; later alterations and remodelling in Cl9. Squared sandstone, part on chamfered plinth, with pantile roof and brick stacks. 2 storeys, 4 windows. Remains of a porch, with plank door, projecting at centre. To left of porch a door of 4 recessed panels with overlight beneath timber lintel. Inserted window flank door on both floors; frame of a 16-pane sash in ground-floor left opening. Beyond ground-floor right opening a chamfered lintel in the place of a possible fire window. Openings to right of porch, are also later insertions. Ground floor has a stable door and one leaf of a double board door, both with timber lintels; and vent slits; first floor has lifting door to left and square pitching window to right. Rear: probably the original front. 2-storey, 2-window front, with later 2-storey, 2-window front to right. Original doorway at centre now blocked by inserted fixed light. To left of doorway, flat-mullioned windows: one lowered and containing an incomplete 3-light casement; centre one altered to form a doorway. 4-light left end windows on both floors blocked but unaltered. First-floor opening to right has inserted horizontal-sliding sash with timber lintel. In the later part, at right, an inserted window on ground floor right. First-floor window to left has 3 large-pane lights in a double-chamfered surround beneath a flat dripmould. To right an inserted window with a timber lintel Right end and right-of-centre stacks. Interior: against right gable wall the remains of a full-height stone firehood with a small, deeply splayed opening to left. Right-hand room of the later house has a wide fireplace with a chamfered segmental arch on chamfered bar-stopped jambs. Chamfered spine beam, and square-section joists.

Listing NGR: SE7825185462


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Legacy System number: 382454

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