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Home Farm Building Number 9 malthouse

A Grade I Listed Building in Brighouse, Calderdale

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Latitude: 53.6964 / 53°41'46"N

Longitude: -1.739 / 1°44'20"W

OS Eastings: 417327

OS Northings: 422246

OS Grid: SE173222

Mapcode National: GBR JT9P.9P

Mapcode Global: WHC9W.8C44

Plus Code: 9C5WM7W6+H9

Entry Name: Home Farm Building Number 9 malthouse

Listing Date: 3 January 1967

Last Amended: 2 December 1983

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1133809

English Heritage Legacy ID: 338873

Location: Calderdale, HD6

County: Calderdale

Electoral Ward/Division: Brighouse

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Hartsheadst Peter

Church of England Diocese: Leeds

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SE 12 SE
4/134 Home Farm Building No. 9
(formerly listed as Malthouse
3.1.67 at Kirklees Priory)
G.V. I

Malthouse. Late C17. Hammer-dressed stone, stone slate roof. L-shaped in
plan. 3 storeys and attic. Weathered plinth, string courses to each floor,
hoodmoulds with straight returns to 3rd floor windows and attic. Quoins, coped
gables with kneelers and base for finial to roof apex. Gables have cart entries
with 4-centred arched lintel with composite jambs. East gable has receeding
double chamfered mullioned windows over doorway of 4, 3 and 2 lights. Right
hand return wall has doorway with 3 centred arched lintel and composite jambs
and double chamfered mullioned windows of 3 lights to ground floor and 2 lights
to 1st and 2nd floors with external stair to segmental arched doorway to 1st

Interior: King post roof kith heavy slightly cambered tie beams. Basket arched
doorway to cross-wing which has fireplace with Tudor arched lintel spandrels and
chamfered surround. Main long range has heavy spine beams cut through at first
floor revealing haunched tenon joint to equally heavy joists. Walls are
plastered and original lime-ash floor laid on rushes or lathes survive to upper
floors as does orange Plimsoll line running round the building under windows to
indicate maximum floor loadings. A remarkably rare and complete survival.

Listing NGR: SE1732722246

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