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Description: Old Laund Hall (Lower Old Hall)
Date Listed: 1 April 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 186350
OS Grid Reference: SD8404237398
OS Grid Coordinates: 384042, 437398
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8326, -2.2439
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SD 83 NW OLD LAUND BOOTH
10/189 Old Laund Hall
(Lower Old Hall)
House. Perhaps C16 and C17. Partly ruined. 3 storeys. Rubble. Centre
chimney. Front contains a ruined porch with Tudor arched door leading to
another Tudor doorway in ruined wing. To right is plain doorway and 6-light
window with glazing bars. First floor has 7-light window, with 4-light windows
on 2nd floor. All windows have stone mullions, hollow chamfered and plain cham-
fered, some with ovolo and one opening with bold double ovolo moulding. Right
hand return has a large moulded corbel above centre window on top floor, with
blocked window in gable above. Ruined wing has very thick walls and two Tudor
fireplaces. Interior has ingle-nook fireplace and is said to have stone stairs
and vaulted cellars or passages underneath. Difficult interpretation with much
evidence of reused material. (51/p154/RCHM).
Listing NGR: SD8404237398
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Source: English Heritage
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