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North Yorkshire
Hambleton (District Authority)
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SE 49154 86579


BOLTBY MAIN STREET SE 48 NE (SOUTH SIDE) 4/12 EAST FARMHOUSE 20.6.66 - II 1678 Farmhouse. Dated "W,W" with C19 and C20 additions and alterations. Coursed squared stone and coursed nibble; C20 artificial slate and pantile roofs. Through-passage plan. 2 Storeys, 3 bays with single-storey bay added to left. North (road) front: plinth; quoins; left bay of C17 range is rebuilt in coursed rubble and from it projects a range not of special interest. Door of 6 raised panels in moulded, quoined, elliptical-arched doorway with keystone and monolithic lintel on which is rased date panel. To left of door on each floor is a blocked, single-light recessed, chamfered window. to its right on each floor is a similar 3- or 4-light window each now with a 3-light, 18-pane, side-sliding sash with stone lintel and projecting cill. Shaped kneelers. Ashlar coping. Artificial slate roof to C17 range, pantiles to added bay. Stacks to ends of main range and added bay, the right-hand one external with offsets and cornice, the top rebuilt in brick in the C20. Rear: C17 range: plinth; quoins, 6-panel door to through-passage in chamfered, quoined, Tudor-arched surround and with 3-light recessed chamfered mullioned window above having leaded glazing to one light and one light blocked. Similar windows to either side on each floor are all altered, now having side-sliding sashes as at the front, of 3 lights to ground floor, and of 2 and 4 lights to 1st floor the former (on left) being in the surround of a 2-light original window. On 1st floor to left of door is the end of an iron tie-rod. The added bay, set back on right, has quoins to right and a board door to left of a window, both with stone lintels. Right return: 2 small lights in gable flank chimney coping has nail-head decoration to head and at base sits in slot in kneeler. Left return: small lst-floor light on right. Interior: all that remains of interest are some principal rafters and purlins in the roof.

Listing NGR: SE4915486579


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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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