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FARMHOUSE AND ADJACENT BARN 15 METRES TO NORTH OF SEATON HOLME

List Entry Summary

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

Name: FARMHOUSE AND ADJACENT BARN 15 METRES TO NORTH OF SEATON HOLME

List entry Number: 1277424

Location

FARMHOUSE AND ADJACENT BARN 15 METRES TO NORTH OF SEATON HOLME, HALL WALKS

The building may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County:

District: County Durham

District Type: Unitary Authority

Parish: Easington Village

National Park: Not applicable to this List entry.

Grade: II*

Date first listed: 29-Sep-1990

Date of most recent amendment: Not applicable to this List entry.

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Legacy System: LBS

UID: 406881

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Details

NZ 44 SW EASINGTON HALL WALKS (North side)

7/8 Farmhouse and adjacent barn 29.9.80 15 metres to north of Seaton Holme GV 11* (Formerly listed as Farmhouse at rear of Seaton Holme, with adjacent Barn)

Farmhouse and barn which may originally have been an oratory connected with Seaton Holme. Possibly C13 with extensive alterations, especially in the C19. Mainly limestone rubble with sandstone window and door surrounds. Long rectangular plan. 2 storeys. Facade facing rear of Seaton Holme consists of farmhouse with attached barn to right.

Farmhouse: 4 windows; openings mainly C19 sashes except for pointed-arched first floor window to right which has large chamfered jambs. Moderate-pitch C20 Welsh slate roof and brick gable stacks. Left return has a large pointed-arched window with double-chamfered jambs under a pointed hoodmould with worn stops. Below this window evidence of a blocked ground floor opening.

Barn: 4 irregular bays. Left bay has a large C20 vehicle entrance and 2 square blocked openings above. This bay is divided internally from the remainder of the barn by a C20 brick wall which projects slightly above the roof line. To the right at first floor level is a blocked pointed-arched window with large alternating jambs. Further right a blocked 2-light window with alternating jambs and trefoil- headed lights in a monolithic arch. Right return has a small blocked lancet set high in gable. C20 asbestos roof and brick gable coping. Eaves line of farmhouse and barn probably lowered in C19 as it now cuts through the heads of several first floor windows. Rear of buildings extensively renewed with mainly C20 casements.

Interior: apart from window splays no original internal features remain. Both farmhouse and barn roofs have been renewed.

Listing NGR: NZ4144043561

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National Grid Reference: NZ 41365 43548

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