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MONUMENT NO. 1373875

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House and attached barn, early-mid 19th century with an earlier core, constructed from brick, pebbledashed and colourwashed, with slate and pantiled roofs. The house is of two storeys with a two window front. To the left is a projecting porch with attached octagonal turrets and quatrefoils over the boarded door. To the right is a two storey gabled canted bay with 20th century replacement windows. The rear range (street elevation), probably of two or more builds, is of two storeys in four bays, the right two bays under a slate roof. Beyond is a three-bay barn with buttresses with offsets. The buildings are part if a series of buildings which were Gothicised or built in the Gothick style by the Sykes family of West Ella Hall in the early-mid 19th century.

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