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IoE Number: 339280
Location: NORLAND MOOR FARMHOUSE, NEW CLOUGH ROAD (east off)
  HALIFAX, CALDERDALE, WEST YORKSHIRE
Photographer: Mr Nigel Wood
Date Photographed: 14 January 2007
Date listed: 19 July 1988
Date of last amendment: 19 July 1988
Grade II

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SOWERBY BRIDGENEW CLOUGH ROADSE 0622-0722(east side, off)16/400Norland Moor Farmhouse-II

SOWERBY BRIDGE NEW CLOUGH ROAD SE 0622-0722 (east side, off) 16/400 Norland Moor Farmhouse - II Farmhouse, now house, with attached barn. Probably C17 origins, altered and refenestrated late C18/early C19 with C18 barn. Coursed squared stone, stone slate roof. 2-storey, 3-bay house with 2-storey rear outshut to right; barn on right of 3 + 1 bays, slightly set forward. House: quoins. Openings have plain stone surrounds,windows with flat-faced mullions. On ground floor, door to right of 3-light window with windows of 4 and 3.lights to right. On lst floor, three windows, the left two each with 1 mullion remaining. End stacks and another to ridge between bays 2 and 3. Barn: main 3 bays have quoins, central round-arched cart-entry with tiestones, narrow window above, and square vents on left. Added bay on right, without roof at time of resurvey. Rear: house: outshut has quoins, a 3-light chamfered mullion window to ground floor and another window, with mullions removed, above. C20 single-storey outshuts to other bays not of interest. Barn: opposing cart-entry and window above it as front; door on right; blocked mistal door on left. Left return (house): former lst-floor taking-in door. There was a chemical works here in the C19 and dyeing possibly went on before as the dyehouse to the north-west appears to date back to the early C18. Ordnance Survey Map, 6" to the mile, 1854, sheet 230.

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