Warehouse, stable and coach house built shortly before 1821 by Samuel Cooper, a Barnsley linen manufacturer, as base for putting-out yarn to domestic weavers. Warehouse, of three storeys and basement, and six bays long, has ground-floor offices; detached pedimented stable and coach house.
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