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IoE Number: 339160
Photographer: Mr Robert W Mawer
Date Photographed: 15 August 1999
Date listed: 19 July 1988
Date of last amendment: 19 July 1988
Grade II

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SOWERBY BRIDGEDEAN HOUSE LANESE 0426(east side, off),5/34LuddendenNos 7, 8 and 9,

SOWERBY BRIDGE DEAN HOUSE LANE SE 0426 (east side, off), 5/34 Luddenden Nos 7, 8 and 9, Dean House Farmhouse GV II House, now 3. Probably early-mid C17, subdivided and altered early-mid C19. Coursed squared stone, stone slate roof. Hall and crosswing plan with through-passage. South front: 2 storeys, 4 bays, gabled crosswing projecting on left. Chamfered mullion windows. Cross-wing: 3-light window flanked by cross-windows, all mullions removed; 3-light window above has round-arched lights with sunk spandrels. Bay 2: Tudor-arched stop-chamfered doorway with board door (No 7); C19 window above; C19 doorway on right (No 8). Bay 3: C19 4-pane sash flanked by 3-light windows with arched lights and sunk spandrels; C19 5-light flat-faced mullion window above. Bay 4: 2 cross-windows, mullions removed and altered; C19 5-light flat-faced mullion window above. 2 ridge stacks and one to left side of crosswing. Rear: outer bays break forward; roof has been raised over 2 central bays. 2 left-hand bays have double-chamfered mullion windows, those to lst floor with arched lights and sunk spandrels: bay 1: 6-light (now 3-light) window under hoodmould with face stops with 6-light window above; bay 2: 5-light window now with flat-faced mullions, 5-light window above. Bay 4 shows line of former more steeply-pitched gable roof. Interior: rear right room (now dairy) has stone fireplace with deep lintel and mantleshelf and chamfered spine beams.

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