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Latitude: 54.0193 / 54°1'9"N
Longitude: -1.8133 / 1°48'47"W
OS Eastings: 412328
OS Northings: 458159
OS Grid: SE123581
Mapcode National: GBR HPSY.6Y
Mapcode Global: WHC89.37SK
Entry Name: Brae House and Attached Barn Range
Listing Date: 3 March 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1262596
English Heritage Legacy ID: 434480
Location: Thruscross, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG3
County: North Yorkshire
Civil Parish: Thruscross
Traditional County: Yorkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire
THRUSCROSS WHIT MOOR ROAD
SE 15 NW (west side, off)
12/169 Brae House and attached
House and barn range. House dated 1771, barn late C18 - early C19. Coursed
squared gritstone, graduated stone slate roof. A long range built up a hill
slope, the house being at the downhill end; house (right) of 2-storeys and 2
bays, with added 1-storey bay to right. A bay to the left of the house
links with the 5-bay barn which is at a higher level than the house; single-
storey, 2-bay stable and cart-shed far left. House facade: plinth and
quoins; central door in quoined surpound with lintel inscribed, 'H:I', the I
written in lower case. Flanking windows, both floors: 3-light, flat-faced
mullioned, each having 1 mullion removed and a square 4-pane sash inserted.
Plain stone surrounds. Shaped kneeler and gable coping right; banded end
stacks. Bay to right: board door with tie-stone jambs left, 2-light flat-
faced mullion window with 6-pane sashes to right; inturned kneeler, gable
coping and stack, right. Linking bay to left of house: double board doors.
Barn to left again: central segmental arch, byre doors far left and far
right with tie-stone jambs; added front bay not of special interest; shaped
kneelers, gable coping. Stable and cart-shed far left: double board doors
left, board door to gable right, 9-pane sash in stone surround centre. The
house stands in one of the more remote parts of the parish and is an unusual
dated example of an C18 house built when Thruscross Moor was first enclosed.
Listing NGR: SE1232858159
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