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IoE Number: 339150
Location: WEST ROYD, BUTTS GREEN ROAD (north off)
Photographer: Mr Robert W Mawer
Date Photographed: 12 October 1999
Date listed: 19 July 1988
Date of last amendment: 19 July 1988
Grade II

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SOWERBY BRIDGEBUTTS GREEN ROADSE 0425(north side, off),7/27Luddenden FootWest Royd

SOWERBY BRIDGE BUTTS GREEN ROAD SE 0425 (north side, off), 7/27 Luddenden Foot West Royd - II Farmhouse. Dated 1624. Thin coursed stone, stone slate roof. 2 storeys, 4 bays, 2 through-passages. Quoins, Doorway between bays 3 and 4: quoined, chamfered, moulded surround; lintel has sunk spandrels initialled 'MM' and sunk panel with date; C20 part-glazed door. And doorway, in bay 2: chamfered quoined surround with deep Tudor-arched lintel initialled 'MM'. Windows are double-chamfered mullioned, those to ground floor originally with transom. Ground floor windows: bay 1 - 6-light with king mullion; bay 3 - 2-light firewindow, 6-light, both with mullions and transoms removed. Continuous dripmould over ground - floor openings, to left 2 bays with circle stop on left and raised over door, to right 2 bays with elaborate stops and double spiral over door. 1st floor, from left to right: two 4-light windows (one mullion removed from left window) each under hoodmould with elaborate diamond stops; two 6-light windows (each with 3 mullions removed). Gable coping. Corniced stacks to ends and one to ridge between bays 2 and 3. Rear: left-hand (upper) through-passage doorway in added porch has later jambs and chamfered ogee lintel. Right-hand through-passage doorway, now blocked, is quoined and has cyma-moulded arris and shaped lintel. lst floor: two 2-light windows a 3-light window and a blocked 3-light window under hoodmould with decorative stops. The rear right-hand doorway is a later C17 type and may suggest that the western portion is an addition, giving an original 2-cell, through- passage plan which is common in this area.

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