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Ripple Hall, Ripple

Description: Ripple Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 11 August 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 152587

OS Grid Reference: SO8753637676
OS Grid Coordinates: 387536, 237676
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0373, -2.1831

Location: The Cross, Ripple, Worcestershire GL20 6EZ

Locality: Ripple
Local Authority: Malvern Hills District Council
County: Worcestershire
Country: England
Postcode: GL20 6EZ

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Listing Text


Ripple Hall

- II

Country house C1780-90 main south range with earlier, refaced west rear wing.
Main range red brick 2 storey with parapet and low-pitched slate roofs. 5
window range with full-height curved bows to east and west end walls. Stone
platband, small modillion cornice and parapet coping. Gauged brick window
heads, glazing bar sash windows. Fine wide central doorway with gauged brick
round arch and large metal traceried fanlight. Double doors with side lights
and panelled pilasters with Adam capitals between. Raised stone terrace in
front of door with steps up each side. Cast iron railing. Early C19 flat-
headed wrought-iron porch over. Stylistic similarities to Ham Court (1772
A.Keck, dem) and several houses in Upton-upon-Severn, The Rectory 1787, Hiltons
C1790. Rear west range lower, rendered 2 storey with parapet and slate roof.
North end stack. 4 window range of glazing bar sashes. Stone doorcase with
open scrolled pediment and armorial cartouche, late C17 or early C18 in style.

Listing NGR: SO8753637676

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Source: English Heritage

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