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Latitude: 54.1635 / 54°9'48"N
Longitude: -2.7309 / 2°43'51"W
OS Eastings: 352372
OS Northings: 474439
OS Grid: SD523744
Mapcode National: GBR 9NC9.K7
Mapcode Global: WH83P.0MV0
Entry Name: Buckstone House
Listing Date: 2 May 1968
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1071878
English Heritage Legacy ID: 181930
Location: Priest Hutton, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA6
Civil Parish: Priest Hutton
Traditional County: Lancashire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lancashire
Church of England Parish: Warton St Oswald (or Holy Trinity)
Church of England Diocese: Blackburn
SD 57 SW
BURTON ROAD (off)
2. 5. 1968
House. Early C19th and late C19th with possible earlier remains. Limestone
and sandstone dressings and slate roof. Main facade faces east, having two
storeys with attic and with a 3-bay portion with central entry and limestone
dressings of c1800 to the right and a gabled cross-wing to the left with
later C19th sandstone dressings. Right-hand portion has sashed windows with
glazing bars and plain stone surrounds. Door has plain stone surround and
porch with plain round pillars having square block capital supporting a small
balcony with decorative iron railings. Facade has string course and stone
gutter. Roof half-hipped at right-hand end with 2 stacks aligned along the
ridge and stacks to the left of the 1st bay. Left-hand cross-wing has tall
C19th mullioned windows with chamfer and slight rebate, on the ground floor
one of one light and one of four with two of two lights on the 1st floor.
Attic window of two round-headed lights with plain stone surround and square
mullion. Gable has coping, kneelers and stone fleur-de-lys at apex. To the
left is a lean-to extension with a 3-light C19th mullioned window on the
ground floor and a sashed window with plain stone surround on the 1st floor.
Left-hand return wall has C19th dressings, but masonry suggests a possible
conversion of an earlier building.
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