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Butterley Heyes

A Grade II* Listed Building in Dodcott cum Wilkesley, Cheshire East

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Latitude: 52.9738 / 52°58'25"N

Longitude: -2.5257 / 2°31'32"W

OS Eastings: 364794

OS Northings: 341951

OS Grid: SJ647419

Mapcode National: GBR 7S.JR0M

Mapcode Global: WH9BQ.5JK3

Entry Name: Butterley Heyes

Listing Date: 12 January 1967

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1136928

English Heritage Legacy ID: 57053

Location: Dodcott cum Wilkesley, Cheshire East, CW3

County: Cheshire East

Civil Parish: Dodcott cum Wilkesley

Traditional County: Cheshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cheshire

Church of England Parish: Audlem St James the Great

Church of England Diocese: Chester

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Listing Text

SJ 64 SW
7/31 Butterley Hayes
- II*
Farmhouse. Early C17 with later additions. Timber framed with brick
infill and brick with a tile roof. Two storeys with attic. H-shaped
plan with additions. Entrance front: Gabled projecting wings at left
and right. That at right has 6 x 4 cells of small framing with angle
braces to left and right. To ground and first floor levels are
3-light casement windows. Timber framed gable above with a
single-light attic window. The left hand gable is essentially similar
save that it has only one angle brace at right and a 4-light ground
floor window at left. To left of the ground floor is a later canted
bay window of single storey height with a central 3-light window and
having a catslide roof connecting it to the roof of the central
recessed range which it also partially overlaps. This is of brick
painted in simulation of timber framing and has a C19 door of 6 panels
with, at right of it, a 3-light C19 casement window. To the first
floor are at left a 2-light and at righ a 3-light casement window.
Ridge chimney stack at left of centre. To the left of this front is a
service wing of brick painted in simulation of timber framing. The
right hand side has a rectangular chimney breast of brick with an
offset and 2 diamond-shaped flues. To left of this are 3 x 4 cells of
small framing with an angle brace at left and at right are 4 x 4 cells
with an angle brace at right. The rear has, at right, two gabled C19
additions painted white and a central recessed portion with 5½ x 4
cells of small framing of which the two rows of cells at ground floor
level are mostly of brick painted in simulation of framing. To left
of this is the projecting gabled wing with 6 x 4 cells of small
framing. One two-light and one cross window at ground floor level and
a 3-light casement window to first floor level.
Interior: To the parlour is an inglenook fireplace with ovolo-moulded
bressumer and to the same room are two ovolo-moulded and a chamfered
ceiling beam,all massive. One ground floor room has two ovolo-moulded
ceiling beams with stepped tongue stops. Run-through panelling to
this room, somewhat disturbed and perhaps brought from elsewhere.
Twelve-panel door also with run-through panelling. To the first floor
are plank doors with C17 strap hinges and wooden latch of lobe original
form. Further chamfered ceiling beams to the first floor rooms with
stepped tongue stops.

Listing NGR: SJ6479441951

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