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Latitude: 54.0216 / 54°1'17"N
Longitude: -1.7719 / 1°46'18"W
OS Eastings: 415040
OS Northings: 458426
OS Grid: SE150584
Mapcode National: GBR JP2Y.53
Mapcode Global: WHC89.R5FS
Plus Code: 9C6W26CH+M6
Entry Name: Farmhouse Approximately 200 Metres South of North Corner Farmhouse
Listing Date: 3 March 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1251698
English Heritage Legacy ID: 434476
Location: Thruscross, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG3
County: North Yorkshire
Civil Parish: Thruscross
Traditional County: Yorkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire
SE 15 NE THRUSCROSS THRUSCROSS LANE
SE 1505 5818 (south end, off)
13/165 Farmhouse approximately
200 metres south of North
House and barn, now farm outbuilding. Early C17 and mid-late C18 additions.
Coursed squared gritstone, graduated stone slate roof. 2 storeys, 1 bay
with 2-storey, l-bay addition to right. 3-bay barn on left. Main range:
board door right in quoined surround with deep chamfer and elliptical arch
to lintel. Windows, left: ground floor: 3-light flat-faced mullioned type,
one mullion missing; first floor: 3-light recessed-chamfered mullion window,
one mullion missing. No stacks visible. Additional bay to right: board
door in sawn-stone surround right, square window in plain stone surround
left, similar surround (right jamb missing) to pitching door above. Barn:
original openings obscured by lean-to additions not of special interest.
Stone coursing continued from house. Rear: fire window ground floor centre
of domestic range. Interior, house: earlier bay: entry onto steep flight of
very worn stone steps built into the side of a large chimney stack.
Fireplace with single-block sides and cambered lintel, now blocked. Stone
shelves built into walling to left of entrance. Door through to extra bay
to right, blocked on conversion to farm use. First floor, earlier bay:
small fireplace, plain stone surround and moulded lintel against left gable.
Although extensively altered in the second half of the C18 this house
retains the features of an early C17 single-bay house which is a typical
form for over 100 years in this area. The large fireplace in the living
room/ kitchen was probably underbuilt in the C18 but the fire window, the
steep and very worn steps and the hood above may be part of the earlier
house. The house is one of 6 dwellings remaining of the old settlement of
Thruscross on the north side of the reservoir.
Listing NGR: SE1504058426
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