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IoE Number: 33008
Photographer: Mr Iain Sim
Date Photographed: 08 June 2002
Date listed: 21 September 1960
Date of last amendment: 21 September 1960
Grade II

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ST 56 SESTANTON DREW C.P.CHURCH LANE (east side)3/111Church Farmhouse21.9.60G.V.II

ST 56 SE STANTON DREW C.P. CHURCH LANE (east side) 3/111 Church Farmhouse 21.9.60 G.V. II Farmhouse. C15, C17 additions, late C18 refronting to east, with C19 and C20 alterations. Limestone and sandstone rubble, stone dressings, double Roman tiled roof with raised coped verges; rendered to right return and rear, left return of limestone ashlar, concrete pantiled roof with brick gable stacks, pantiled lean-to. West range probably original church house, parallel east range. North front has 2 gable ends; to right, single storey lean-to with C20 3-light window and door, pantiled roof, at first floor stone mullion and transom window with cusped heads and quatrefoil, hood mould with finial and relieving arch; to left, later wing stepped forward, blank gable end. Right return has ground floor 4-pane light, 2 C20 lights and 2-light stone casement with chamfered mullion and hood mould, first floor has C19 2-light casement with timber lintel, one course of squared rubble below eaves; set back to right, lower it wing, ground floor C20 3-light casement and small 2-light casement under eaves. Left return of 2 storeys and 3 windows, ground and first floor left and right have paired sash, central first floor sash and central Cl9 gabled porch, inner panelled and glazed door, plinth, first floor cill string, cornice, parapet and coping. Rear has single storey lean-to with door and 2 C20 windows, 8-pane sash at ground floor right. Interior: former external east wall of original building has 2 pointed arched stone doorways with convex inner moulding and chamfer, chimney breast between with end of timber lintel visible; C19 open-well stair to south west, east range has central entrance hall; blocked first floor window to south. (Sources: Williams, E.H.D. : unpublished survey. 1981. RCHM).

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