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Title: Broadbottom Farm, Hebden Bridge - RAC00109

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Broadbottom Farm, Hebden Bridge - RAC00109


Broadbottom Farm, between Mytholmroyd and Hebden Bridge, has existed since before 1300. The oldest part is Broadbottom Old Hall, a medieval timber-framed aisled hall, encased in stone in the mid-16C. The attached farmhouse was also a timber-framed building, which was encased in stone in the early 18C. It is understood that it was used as a fulling mill before becoming a farm and houses. The hamlet also includes a house dated 1844.

Attached to the farmhouse is a late C19 barn with semi-circular arched cart entry with chamfered surround (possibly C18 and re-used) with Venetian window over the lintel inscribed "R E B U I L T, 1 8 9 7. J. S. T


PHDA - Ralph Cross Collection


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