© Mr F. Bryan Basketter LRPS
FARM BUILDINGS QUADRANGLE, HOME FARM, DUNHAM ROAD (west side)
DUNHAM MASSEY, TRAFFORD, GREATER MANCHESTER
Mr F. Bryan Basketter LRPS
12 July 1985
Date of last amendment:
12 July 1985
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SJ 78 NW DUNHAM MASSEY DUNHAM ROAD
6/101 Farm buildings
- Home Farm
Farm buildings. 1822. Flemish stretcher bond brick with
graduated slate roofs. Quadrangle of 2-storey buildings
with barn to south, cow shelters to east with haylofts and
storage above, and cow sheds/storage to the north and west
with haylofts and storage above. Looking from quadrangle,
the barn has cart entries at left and right (now blocked),
honeycombed vents, pitching eyes and a first floor door.
The cow shelter has an arcade of 10 segmental brick keystone
arches on heavy stone columns (some of which have been re-
cast in concrete). Above every other arch is a pitching eye
and in the centre is a projecting gabled bay with doors on
each floor and a semi-elliptical keystone arch to the upper.
The other 2 sides have a stone flag plinth , numerous stable
doors and casement window openings all with cambered brick
arches, and pitching eyes. There is a driftway in each of
the west and east sides and a dovecote (q.v.) in the centre
of the quadrangle.