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L Shaped Range of Workshops and 2 Attached Houses at the Home Farm

A Grade II Listed Building in Harewood, Leeds

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Latitude: 53.8966 / 53°53'47"N

Longitude: -1.5331 / 1°31'59"W

OS Eastings: 430776

OS Northings: 444591

OS Grid: SE307445

Mapcode National: GBR KRQC.WX

Mapcode Global: WHC90.FB54

Plus Code: 9C5WVFW8+JP

Entry Name: L Shaped Range of Workshops and 2 Attached Houses at the Home Farm

Listing Date: 22 July 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1226707

English Heritage Legacy ID: 424004

Location: Harewood House, Leeds, LS17

County: Leeds

Civil Parish: Harewood

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Collingham St Oswald with Harewood

Church of England Diocese: Leeds

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SE3044 LS17 (north side)

13/129 L-shaped range of
workshops and 2
attached houses at
the Home Farm


Workshops, one converted to house, and attached house. Mid-late C18 workshops
raised early C19 when house was added, workshop converted to house c1950. By
John Carr for Edwin Lascelles, 1st Lord Harewood. Punch-dressed stone, clapper-
boarded 1st floor to part of north range, stone and Westmorland green-slate roofs.
L-shaped plan. Single-storey and 2 storeys. North range: has added house to left
end: 3-bay symmetrical facade. Doorway with overlight has monolithic lintel cut
with false voussoirs. 16-pane sashes with similar lintels and projecting sills,
smaller on 1st floor. Coped gable to left and ridge stack. Gable to right,
rising higher in line with attached workshops, coped and with stack.
Workshop: 10 ground-floor bays; bays 3, 6, 8 and 9 have doorways with monolithic
lintels cut with false voussoirs and tie-stone jambs. Other bays have windows
with slightly-cambered arches with voussoirs, some with 16-pane sashes others
wider with small-pane Yorkshire sashes. 1st floor has 12-light multi-paned wooden
framed window flanked by 3-light windows. Westmorland green-slate roofs to this
range. East-range: breaking forward on right, has continuation of workshop to
left of former glass-store, now house, and single-storey store to right. Workshop
has 3 doorways to right of Yorkshire sash window with 2-light wooden framed multi-
pane window above in clapperboard wall. Coped gable with kneeler on right of junction
with house. House lower: three 1st-floor windows. Quoins. Doorway with composite
jambs and chamfered surround to each end, that to left blocked. 2-light window
to left of 4-light window with 3 of 2 lights above, all with plain stone surrounds
and recessed flat-faced mullions. Coped gable with kneelers to right. Stone slate
roof. Single ashlar ridge stack. Attached to right, and slightly set back, store
has doorway with monolithic jambs to left of single-light and two 3-light windows
with plain stone surrounds and flat-faced mullions. Coped gable with kneelers on

Listing NGR: SE3077644591

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