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IoE Number: 57382
Photographer: Mr John Riley
Date Photographed: 30 June 2002
Date listed: 11 October 1949
Date of last amendment: 12 March 1986
Grade II

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WINSFORD FORMER U.D.GRANGE LANESJ 66 NW4/98Knight's Grange PublicHouse. (Formerly listed11.10.49as Knight's Grange)

WINSFORD FORMER U.D. GRANGE LANE SJ 66 NW 4/98 Knight's Grange Public House. (Formerly listed 11.10.49 as Knight's Grange) GV II Farmhouse, now public house. Mid/late Cl7. Red English garden wall bond with slate roof. Two storeys E-shaped plan. Entrance front: Gabled 2-storey projecting porch to left of centre with round archway and plank door within with nail head decoration. Two-light arched C20 window to first floor. To right is a 3-light cambered-headed window to ground floor with a 3-light window above with a cambered relieving arch. To right of this is a projecting wing with a 3-light cambered-headed window with smaller similar window to first floor and timbered gable above. To left of the porch are a set of 3 French windows to ground floor with a 3-light first floor window above and the wing to left has a cambered headed ground floor window with a first floor window above of 3 lights. Right hand side has 2 massive chimney breasts at right and left of centre. Rear: Gabled wings to right and left with cambered headed 3-light ground floor windows, that at right having a 3-light first floor window and a timber framed gable with whitewashed brick infill, that at left with a band of two bricks depth slightly above the level of the imposed 2-light cambered headed window at first floor level. C20 outshut before the centre having double doors at right of centre with a gable above. The house and adjacent barn (q.v.) were originally the property of Vale Royal Abbey.

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