Tom Pitts, Lingards

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Details

  • location: off Sledgate Lane, Lingards (later Slaithwaite)
  • status: still exists
  • category: cluster of properties

Historic England Listing

  • Grade II
  • first listed 11 July 1985
  • listing entry number 1276125
HOLT HEAD. Slaithwaite. Nos 1 and 2. Tom Pits and barn. Late C18. Formerly two houses and barn in one range. Hammer dressed stone. Large roughly hewn plinth stones. Some quoins. Pitched stone slate roof. Coped gables. Moulded footstones to west. Two storeys. South elevation has: Ground floor; Entrance with large lintel, stone surrounds and tie-stones. Single storey lean-to extension. Two 4-light stone mullioned windows (one recessed). First floor; 3-light stone mullioned windows (one recessed). One single light window. East end has: Ground floor; small doorway with elliptical arched head. Pronounced keystone and quoins. Small doorway with quoins. First floor; Two 2-light stone mullioned windows. North elevation: East end (former barn): Rebuilt with new window. Dwellings: Two 2-light stone mullioned windows to each floor (one to ground floor recessed) (one to first floor recessed). Small lean-to extension.

Location

Tom Pitts, Lingards

Categories

Buildings | Listed buildings and monuments | Stub entry
This page was last modified on 4 May 2017 and has been edited by Dave Pattern.

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