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© Mr Norman Hurst

IoE Number: 423054
Location: EVERHILL SHAW FARMHOUSE AND ATTACHED BARN, EDGE LANE (off)
  HEPTONSTALL, CALDERDALE, WEST YORKSHIRE
Photographer: Mr Norman Hurst
Date Photographed: 26 May 2007
Date listed: 01 November 1966
Date of last amendment: 12 December 1984
Grade II

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SD 92 NEHEPTONSTALL C.P.(off) EDGE LANE,SD 950296Colden7/61Everhill Shaw Farmhouseand attached barn, (formerly

SD 92 NE HEPTONSTALL C.P. (off) EDGE LANE, SD 950296 Colden 7/61 Everhill Shaw Farmhouse and attached barn, (formerly 1.11.66 listed as Everhill Shaw) G.V. II House, early C17 with added cell early to mid C18 to which is added early C19 barn. Large dressed stone to house, rough dressed to addition and finely dressed to barn, all roofed continuously with stone slates. 3-room through- passage plan to house with added gabled porch probably early C18. All are double chamfered mullioned windows with cavetto moulded mullions. 6-light window to service end with 3-light over; porch has chamfered jambs, inner door has segmental arched lintel and moulded jambs; 4-light fire-window with small chamfered light over (altered), 5-light window to housebody a light opened between it and fire-window, 4-light window over to 1st floor; 5-light parlour window, 3-light window over. Right hand return wall has 2-light window to each floor. Rear has 3-light single chamfered mullioned window. Through-passage doorway same as front. 2-light window with same over. Gable stacks and one other directly over through-passage. Added cell has 5-light chamfered mullioned window with 2-light window over. Barn has segmental arched cart entry with simple Venetian window with impost and false keystone over. Mistal doorways and square window to either side. Interior: Parpoint division wall between through-passage and service end formed of large single stones which splay out to carry double thickness wall at first floor. Parlour has Tudor arched fireplace with tressure on the lintel, chamfered surround. Some reeded floor joints. 2 king-post trusses, one over division of housebody and parlour has 10 "V" struts, the other over the housebody has queen struts finely chamfered with stop chamfered purlins. At one time used as the township workhouse.

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