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Newton Hall Farm Cottage

A Grade II Listed Building in Mottram St. Andrew, Cheshire East

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.3228 / 53°19'22"N

Longitude: -2.1818 / 2°10'54"W

OS Eastings: 387988

OS Northings: 380670

OS Grid: SJ879806

Mapcode National: GBR FZ60.FL

Mapcode Global: WHBB8.GR80

Entry Name: Newton Hall Farm Cottage

Listing Date: 10 March 1989

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1274409

English Heritage Legacy ID: 415331

Location: Mottram St. Andrew, Cheshire East, SK10

County: Cheshire East

Civil Parish: Mottram St. Andrew

Traditional County: Cheshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cheshire

Church of England Parish: Prestbury St Peter

Church of England Diocese: Chester

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Listing Text

SJ 88 SE MOTTRAM ST ANDREW LEES LANE
(south side)

2/312 Newton Hall Farm Cottage

GV II

The description shall be amended to read:-

Cottage, formerly a rear wing to Newton Hall Farm. C17, partially rebuilt C19 and
in 1919. C18 extension. Timber-framed, clad in coursed sandstone rubble (which
survives to gable end) and mostly re-built to front and rear in red brick: Welsh
slate roof. The wing appears to be a baffle entry 3-room plan and it is possible
that it provided accommodation separate to the main farmhouse at an early date. 2
storeys. Front: 2-window range, all fenestration C20; 2-light casements to 1st
floor, 2 windows to the left, and one to the right, of early C20 doorway. Ridge
stack and internal end stack. Gable end (rubble sandstone) with c17 hood mould to
1st floor (window replaced by 2-light casement), and a small window to ground
floor, also with hood mould, the present 2-light arrangement disturbed and
blocked-up in brick. Massive angle post of original framing visible. Rear wall
in brick with ground floor late-C20 window. Mid/late c18 extension all brick.
Interior: in the main part are chamfered spine beams with slightly chamfered
joists. Bressummer and other framing of former open fireplace to far right: hood
above probably destroyed in 1919. Small fragments of square-panes framing to rear
and right walls. Roof has been raised early C20 but purlins may have been
re-used. Original truss with cut tie beam remains in left stone gable end. The
extension has a king-post truss roof with what appears to be an earlier cranked
tie beam re-used.

(This building was added to the 44th list by the 5th amendment, dated 10 March
1.989]

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SJ 88 SE MOTTRAM ANDREW LEES LANE (South Side)

2/312 Newton Hall Farm Cottage

GV II

Cottage, formerly a rear wing to Newton Hall Farm. C17, partially refaced in 1919.
Timber-framed, clad in coursed sandstone rubble (which survives to gable end) and
re-clad to front and rear in red brick; Welsh slate roof. The wing appears to be a
baffle entry 3-room plan and it is possible that it provided accommodation seperate
to the main farmhouse at an early date. 2 storeys. Front: 2-window range, all
fenestration C20j 2-light casements to 1st floor, 2 windows to the left, and one to
the right, of early C 20 doorway. Ridge stack and internal end stack. Gable end
(rubble sandstone) with Cl? hood mould to 1st floor (window replaced by 2-light
casement), and a small window to ground floor, also with hood mould, the present 2-
light arrangement disturbed and blocked-up in brick. Massive angle post of original
framing visible. Rear wall in brick with ground floor late-C20 window. C19 rear
wing, all brick. Interior: understood to contain a Cl7 ingle nook fireplace.


Listing NGR: SJ8798880670

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

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