LITTLEWOOD AND SISLEY INCLUDING ADJOINING STABLE BLOCK

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1356708

Date first listed: 29-Jul-1966

Statutory Address: LITTLEWOOD AND SISLEY INCLUDING ADJOINING STABLE BLOCK, LUMBER LANE

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Location

Statutory Address: LITTLEWOOD AND SISLEY INCLUDING ADJOINING STABLE BLOCK, LUMBER LANE

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

District: Salford (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SD 74593 01632

Summary

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History

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Details

WORSLEY LUMBER LANE SD 70 SW (south side) 1/41 Littlewood and Sisley including adjoining stable 29/7/66 block - II

House, now 2 houses. c.1740 with later additions largely of the early C19. English garden wall bond brick with slate roof. 3-bay 2-storey house which was extended firstly to left and then as a parallel range to rear. The original house (to the south) has 3 windows on each floor with replacement casements and cambered brick arches on the ground floor. 4-panel door between bays 2 and 3. A gabled wing was added to the left and a taller 2-storey range to rear. The additions have various mullion and transom casements and 16-pane sash windows and now form a separate house. Brick chimney stacks. Arched entrance to stable block. The interior retains many original features including doors, a dogleg staircase and built in furniture. The house was at one time the residence of John Clarke, mill-owner, to whom the Bishop of Chester granted faculty for use as a preaching house. The first floor contained a chapel.

Listing NGR: SD7459301632

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 211999

Legacy System: LBS

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