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Winder Farmhouse and Barn Adjoining to South West

A Grade II Listed Building in Roeburndale, Lancashire

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Latitude: 54.0627 / 54°3'45"N

Longitude: -2.6218 / 2°37'18"W

OS Eastings: 359400

OS Northings: 463156

OS Grid: SD594631

Mapcode National: GBR BP4G.5C

Mapcode Global: WH95F.P4QR

Entry Name: Winder Farmhouse and Barn Adjoining to South West

Listing Date: 4 October 1967

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1071607

English Heritage Legacy ID: 182597

Location: Roeburndale, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA2

County: Lancashire

District: Lancaster

Civil Parish: Roeburndale

Traditional County: Lancashire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lancashire

Church of England Parish: Hornby with Claughton

Church of England Diocese: Blackburn

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Listing Text


4/61 Winder Farmhouse and barn
4-10-1967 adjoining to south-west

- II

House, probably early C17th and 1679, although exact development unclear.
Sandstone rubble with stone slate roof. Plan unique in area, having 2
separate outshuts against both sides. 2 storeys. On the north-west side
the front wall of the wider outshut has 2 windows, formerly of 2 lights,
with a deep outer chamfer and inner cyma moulding. The right-hand one is
higher. To the right is a doorway with a moulded surround and decorated
lintel inscribed: '1679 LD ED'. Set back to the left of the outshut the
main wall of the house has a rebated and cyma-moulded 1st floor window
with hood, now with mullions removed. The lower part of the wall is
covered by a lean-to addition. To the right of the outshut is one bay
which has drip courses over each storey. The windows are rebated and
cyma-moulded and have their mullions removed. The ground-floor window
appears to have a blocked light to its right, partly covered by the
right-hand outshut. This outshut is of two storeys and one bay. The
ground-floor window is rebated and cyma-moulded with mullion removed. The
1st floor window is rebated and chamfered and of 2 lights. To the right is
one bay which has rebated and chamfered windows with hoods: of one light
on the ground floor and with central mullion removed above. To the left,
next to the outshut, is a doorway with chamfered surround and hood.
Chimneys in line with main outshut and to left of right-hand outshut. The
barn to the right is later than the house. It has a wide entrance with
segmental arch and plain reveals. To its left is a door with plain
reveals. At the left at 1st floor level is a rebated and chamfered window
surround. The south-east wall of the house has outshuts corresponding with
those on the opposite side. The main outshut has a doorway with moulded
surround. Inside, the main room has a shouldered stone fireplace of C18th
type. Above it is set a plaque inscribed: 'post nubilae phebae'. To the
left is a blocked doorway with basket arch and the moulded jamb of a wide
fireplace with the springing of a segmental arch, now truncated by the
later fireplace. To the right is a second doorway. The room is spanned by
an ovolo-moulded main joist. The south-western room has a wide moulded
fireplace with segmental arch. The room above it on the 1st floor has a
stone fireplace whose jambs are treated as crude pilasters and with a
moulded mantel. The wide dog-leg stair has turned balusters, square
newels, and a moulded handrail.

Listing NGR: SD5940063156

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

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