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Description: Roughlee Old Hall
Date Listed: 1 April 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 186371
OS Grid Reference: SD8446440429
OS Grid Coordinates: 384464, 440429
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8599, -2.2377
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SD 84 SW ROUGHLEE BOOTH off BLACKO BAR ROAD
6/209 Roughlee Old Hall
House with cottage extension to left. Late C16. Stone. Stone slate roof. H-shaped plan
with hall and cross wings. Gabled wing to left is altered with sash
windows and plain door. Stone inscription attached to gable, partly illegible
but said to read, 'This house was built by M.N. in the year of Our Lord, 1536'.
Hall has two central plain doors inserted into a 9-light window, with one 3-
light window either side and drip labels over. 1st floor has one 6-light window,
one 4-light window, originally 6, and one 2-light window. Right hand gable wing
has modern door and one 8-light window on each floor, 2 central lights of upper
window are blocked and both have drip labels over. All original windows have
round headed lights and stone mullions. Projecting chimney on right. (70/p163/
Listing NGR: SD8446440429
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Source: English Heritage
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