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© Mr Norman Hurst

IoE Number: 403757
Location: LOWER LONGFIELD FARMHOUSE, LONGFIELD ROAD
  TODMORDEN, CALDERDALE, WEST YORKSHIRE
Photographer: Mr Norman Hurst
Date Photographed: 28 September 2002
Date listed: 22 November 1966
Date of last amendment: 22 November 1966
Grade II

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SD 92SWTODMORDEN (former M.B.)LONGFIELD ROADSD 9392355/174Lower Longfield Farmhouse

SD 92SW TODMORDEN (former M.B.) LONGFIELD ROAD SD 939235 5/174 Lower Longfield Farmhouse 22.11.66 G.V. II House, mid C17. Large dressed stone, stone slate roof. 2 storeys. 3-room front with through-passage plan with 2-storey porch. South front reads: 4-light double chamfered mullioned window with same over (both lack 2 mullions); 9-light double chamfered mullioned window with 2 king mullions (lacks 6 mullions), hoodmould with straight return. Over are chamfered mullioned window of 4 lights (2 mullions removed) and one of 2 lights (lacks mullion). Porch has plinth, open doorway with chamfered surround. 1st floor jetties out with simple chamfer (similar to q.v.). 2-light window. Coped gable with kneelers, all obscured by ivy. Set within porch is similar doorway with stop chamfered surround. 6-light window with 4-light over (both altered to 2-wide lights). All windows are altered with modern glazing. Original west gable rebuilt early C18, has kneelers and stack. 2 other stacks. Attached to rear is kitchen range forming a T-shaped plan. One cell is C17 with added early C18 cell in watershot masonry, stone slate roof. Retains chamfered mullioned windows of 2 lights and 6 lights (lacking mullions, but retaining king mullion). Quoins, coped gable with kneelers and stack. One other stack to this range. A once fine house severely damaged by altered windows.

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