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Salisbury Hall, Newton

Description: Salisbury Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 16 November 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 183102

OS Grid Reference: SD6966250491
OS Grid Coordinates: 369662, 450491
Latitude/Longitude: 53.9496, -2.4637

Location: B6478, Newton, Lancashire BB7 3DZ

Locality: Newton
Local Authority: Ribble Valley Borough Council
County: Lancashire
Country: England
Postcode: BB7 3DZ

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Listing Text


18/51 Salisbury Hall
16.11.1954 (Formerly listed as Salisbury Hall,
GV II (formerly Newton Old Hall)

House, early C18th. Pebbledashed rubble with sandstone dressings and slate
roof. Double-pile plan. 2 storeys with attic, 4 bays. Cross windows on
the 1st floor, mullioned with 3 lights on the ground floor, all rebated and
chamfered with tooling visible. The continuous drip course over the ground
floor is truncated part way across the left-hand unit. The 3 right-hand bays
have central entry with end stacks, the door having a chamfered surround and
battlemented lintel. The ground-floor window of the left-hand bay has been
extended upwards by the re-use of another,5-light window to form a mullioned
and transomed window. To its left is a door with plain stone surround. The
chimney caps, on the gablesand to the right of the left-hand bay, are of
ashlar with moulded copings. The right-hand gable has 2 one-light chamfered
attic windows with segmental heads. Interior. The middle room has a wide
fireplace with moulded voussoirs and jambs and segmental head. At the rear
of the room is a double door of raised and fielded panels. The stair, at
the centre of the rear of the house, has 3 flights around an open well. It
has a closed string, square newels with sunken mouldings, ball finials,
turned balusters, and some pendants remaining. A dog-leg continuation of
the stair once led to the attic, but is now blocked. On the flat floor are
3 oak doors with raised and fielded panels.

Listing NGR: SD6966250491

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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