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© Mr Bob Cottrell ARPS AFIAP DPAGB

IoE Number: 350600
Location: HOLMSIDE HALL FARM CALF SHED AND WALL ATTACHED, HOLMSIDE HALL ROAD (east side)
  BURNHOPE, DERWENTSIDE, DURHAM
Photographer: Mr Bob Cottrell ARPS AFIAP DPAGB
Date Photographed: 08 July 2004
Date listed: 06 February 1952
Date of last amendment: 24 June 1987
Grade II

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LANCHESTERHOLMSIDE HALL ROADNZ 24 NW(East side)7/93 (inset)Holmside Hall Farm6/2/52calf-shed and

LANCHESTER HOLMSIDE HALL ROAD NZ 24 NW (East side) 7/93 (inset) Holmside Hall Farm 6/2/52 calf-shed and wall attached (formerly listed as Holmside Old Hall) GV II Part of Holmside Hall, now calf shed, and wall attached. Late medieval with alterations. Thinly rendered sandstone rubble with quoins and ashlar dressings; roof of corrugated asbestos. L-plan; probably the north range of former courtyard, with gateway on west. One storey, 3 bays. Bank entry to bays 4, 5, 6 and 7, with boarded doors at outer end of bank, the left in chamfered round- headed stone surround, the right in ogee-chamfered Tudor-arched surround. 4 small square openings with chamfered stone jambs under stone lintels; 2 inserted fixed lights with opening transoms in 11th and 13th bays. Higher wall at north-west corner is north end of west entrance building; of wall 2 storeys survive and it extends south to farm entrance track. Boarded door in plain wood jambs; at left a label mould over blocked 3-cusped-ogee-light window with inserted primitive female figure, with Pan-pipes held to mouth; memento mori reused in one quoin; corbelled parapet to section beside entrance; springing of arch on chamfered jamb at south end.

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