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Burford Lane Farmhouse

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OS grid reference  SJ 7048 8675
Designated  14 June 1984
Architect  John Douglas
Built for  George C. Dewhurst
Reference no.  1226461
Burford Lane Farmhouse
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Burford Lane Farmhouse is in Burford Lane in the village of Oughtrington, near Lymm, Cheshire, England. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II listed building.

The farmhouse was designed by the Chester architect John Douglas for George C. Dewhurst and built in 1866. It is constructed in brown brick with some timber framing and a grey slate roof. It is considered to be "one of the earliest identified farmhouses by Douglas" which "shows his neo-vernacular style in course of development".

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