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IoE Number: 339385
Photographer: Mr Nigel Wood
Date Photographed: 20 December 2006
Date listed: 15 November 1966
Date of last amendment: 15 November 1966
Grade II

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SOWERBY BRIDGETHUNDERTON LANE,SE 0222 and SE 0322(south side), Hubberton14/253Toot Hill End and attachedbarn

SOWERBY BRIDGE THUNDERTON LANE, SE 0222 and SE 0322 (south side), Hubberton 14/253 Toot Hill End and attached barn 15.11.66 - II Laithehouse. 2nd half C17, barn refronted late C18. Rubble brought to course, south-east front of barn of coursed, squared stone; stone slate roofs. South-east front: house: through-passage. 2 storeys, 3 bays, the 2 to left paired cross- wings with quoins. Bay 3: on right a chamfered, quoined, Tudor-arched doorway with sunk spandrels (and C20 part glazed door). To left is quoined window with single-light window above. Bays 1 and 2 have double-chamfered mullion windows, to bay 1 of 5 lights and 4 lights above with smaller, blocked, 2-light window on right; to bay 2 of 6 lights (3 mullions removed) and 4 lights above. Gutter spout in valley. Chamfered kneelers and coping. Part-broken finials, base of that to left with raised letter 'H'. Renewed stacks in right of bay 2 and to ridge on left of bay 3. Barn (on right): quoins to right. Central round-arched doorway with quoins, voussoirs and dropped triple keystone and narrow rectangular opening above. On left 2 blind windows of 2 lights (formerly of 3 and 4 lights) with former 3-light window above flanked by 6 pigeon-holes with ledges. Rear: house: left bay has Tudor-arched, chamfered, quoi+ed doorway with a plain stone surround window to its right on both floors. Plain gutter brackets. Cross-wings, masked by added, gabled shelter, each have a 4-light window (mullions removed from right wing) with a 4- light flat-faced mullion window above and, to right wing, a plain stone surround doorway with tie-stones. Barn: masonry continues from house, indicating both of one build originally. Opposed cart-entry. Doorway on left. Gutter brackets continued from house. Left return (house): to left on ground floor two former 2-light windows and a chamfered single light.

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