CANNON HALL FARMHOUSE AND ADJOINING RANGE INCLUDING FORMER STABLE RANGE AT 90 DEGREES

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1151810
Date first listed:
23-Nov-1987
Statutory Address:
CANNON HALL FARMHOUSE AND ADJOINING RANGE INCLUDING FORMER STABLE RANGE AT 90 DEGREES, BARK HOUSE LANE

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Location

Statutory Address:
CANNON HALL FARMHOUSE AND ADJOINING RANGE INCLUDING FORMER STABLE RANGE AT 90 DEGREES, BARK HOUSE LANE

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

District:
Barnsley (Metropolitan Authority)
Parish:
Cawthorne
National Grid Reference:
SE 27245 08402

Details

SE 2708 CAWTHORNE BARK HOUSE LANE (north end, off)

9/12 Cannon Hall farmhouse and adjoining range including former stable range at 90x

GV II

Farmhouse, adjoining range, part now tea room, and former stable range. Probably 1760s (altered) for John Spencer Stanhope. Possibly by John Carr (architect of Cannon Hall q.v.). Red brick with some ashlar dressings, coursed stone plinth, stone slate roof. L-shape forming two sides of a courtyard. Two storeys. The elevation looking into the courtyard is of 10 bays. 16- and 12-pane sash windows, 7 to ground floor plus 2 entrances, 8 shorter ones to 1st floor. At the left end is a shallow-arched carriageway. The ground-floor windows at right end are later and retrains of an archway similar to before are visible. The rear of this range has a similar cart entry at right end and above this the end 4 bays at lst-floor level have been converted, in keeping, into a tea-room. At the left end is a later C19 brick wing with 4 tall round-arched openings (three part-blocked). The stable range, at 90x, forms the bottom part of the courtyard and probably originally had symmetrical arrangement of doors and windows. The centre has now 3 garage doors and a similar door to the far right. 3 original openings survive with stone surrounds. At lst-floor level are 3 elliptical lights and a symmetrical arrangement of ventilation slits. The right end has been extended to complete the courtyard. Interior: the left part of the stable has stands for 12 horses (mainly bricked-up) and a plaster cornice. Sawn softwood queen-post roof trusses with struts.

Listing NGR: SE2724508402

Legacy

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

Legacy System number:
334138
Legacy System:
LBS

Sources

Other
Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England, Part 37 South Yorkshire,

Legal

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: 05 Sep 2007
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