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Description: Grimsargh Hall
Date Listed: 11 November 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 185933
OS Grid Reference: SD5864433554
OS Grid Coordinates: 358644, 433554
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7966, -2.6293
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SD 53 SE GRIMSARGH (off) LONGRIDGE ROAD
8/86 Grimsargh Hall
Farmhouse, dated 1773 at 1st floor; altered. Coursed sandstone with
quoins, slate roof. Double-depth 2-bay plan, with set back addition at
right end. Two storeys and garret; facade of squared sandstone in
diminishing watershot courses has in the centre a very wide older door, of
double-layered oak planks with ornamental strap hinges and many studs,
protected by a shallow porch of thick cheeks with primitive imposts now
carrying a thin slab (in place of pediment), at 1st floor above the door a
rectangular datestone inscribed F and to the right one 3-light
chamfered flush-mullion window on each floor, with run-out head and sill;
a similar window to the left at ground floor is an insertion imitating
these. Left gable wall has an altered window at ground floor, and a
round-headed 3-stage stairlight with keystone and imposts, chamfered
mullions and transoms (head blocked); right gable wall has set-back lower
2-storey addition of random rubble with a flight of stone steps to a loft
door, and in the angle a doorway covered by a large glazed porch. Rear:
inter alia, at ground floor a 5-light window with square flush mullions,
breaking a former doorway of which the lintel remains. Interior:
throughout the ground floor are re-used beams, including 2 with deep
chamfer (C16 type) in the addition, one 1/4-round moulded and others
chamfered with run-out stops; full-height staircase with closed string,
square stick balusters, moulded handrail.
Listing NGR: SD5864433554
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Source: English Heritage
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