Highfields, Buerton

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Location Buerton, Cheshire, England
Coordinates 52°57′55″N 2°29′08″W / 52.9654°N 2.4855°W / 52.9654; -2.4855Coordinates: 52°57′55″N 2°29′08″W / 52.9654°N 2.4855°W / 52.9654; -2.4855
OS grid reference SJ 674 409
Built 1615
Built for Dodds family
Listed Building – Grade I
Highfields, Buerton is located in Cheshire
Highfields, Buerton
Location in Cheshire

Highfields, Buerton is a small country house in the civil parish of Buerton, Cheshire, England. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade I listed building.[1]

The house is dated 1615. It was built for the Dod family and additions were made in 1750 by William Baker, and again in 1897. It is timber-framed on an ashlar plinth with rendered infill and a plain tiled roof. The house consists of two storeys with an attic. The front elevation has five bays which are symmetrically disposed with projecting gabled wings on both sides. Both floors have close-studded walling with a middle rail. The first floor is jettied, as are the gables of the two lateral wings.[1]

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