Buildings Officially Designated As Being Of Historic Importance And Having Protection From Demolition Or Major Alteration

 (Ordnance Survey map references given in brackets)

MIDDOP HALL AND FARM BUILDING ADJOINING AT RIGHT ANGLES

Stocks Lane (SD834 453).
House c1600. Farm building probably Mid19th Century.
South wall has at least two fragments from Sawley Abbey.

Middop Hall 

 

HALSTEAD FARMHOUSE (formerly listed as HALSTEAD HEAD) (SD809 461).

House 1783. Grade II Rimington Lane.

Halsteads farm

HIGHER GAZEGILL FARMHOUSE AND BARN ADJOINING TO WEST

Dancer Lane (SD825 463).
House and attached barn. Late 18th Century.

Higher Gazegill Farm As was  Mulberry Grange

SALEM CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL AND ATTACHED MANSE

Martin Top, Long Lover Lane (SD821 458)

Congregational Chapel, Early 19th Century. Grade II.

In the centre of the fa├žade is a sundial tablet inscribed "Time flies swift away"

Martin Top Chapel

BUSTARDS FARM HOUSE (SD803 456) 

House, Late 16th' Century.

Bustards farm

LOW.ER GILLS FARMHOUSE (SD823 447).

House, 1698, altered.

Lower Gills Farmhouse

THE OLD FARMHOUSE (SD804 457).

House, Mid 18th Century.

The Old Farm House

NEWFIELD EDGE HALL (SD846 452).

House, Mid 18th Century.

Newfield Edge Hall

 

AYNHAMS HOUSE (8D812 464).

House 1812. Rimington Lane.

Aynhams

WOOD FARMHOUSE (SD794 451).

House, Late 18th Century.

Wood Farm

CLOUGH HEAD (SD82 I 43 8).

House, 1702, altered.

Clough Head