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Description: Cinderland Hall Farmhouse
Date Listed: 14 July 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 212743
OS Grid Reference: SJ9136899743
OS Grid Coordinates: 391368, 399743
Latitude/Longitude: 53.4943, -2.1316
DROYLSDEN LUMB LANE
SJ 99 NW (north-west side)
4/89 Cinderland Hall
Farmhouse, part of which is now an outbuilding. Timber-
framed structure of C16 and C17 partly rendered and encased
in brick work of C18 and C19. Graduated stone slate and
corrugated asbestos roof. 3-unit cross-passage plan, the
service end to left of cross-passage having been largely
rebuilt, the house-part (at one time an open hall) now on 2
storeys and a 2-storey crosswing to right. Total of 4 bays.
Gabled porch. C19 and C20 windows, 2 of which are
tripartite sashes and one sash which replaces an earlier
fire window. Gabled crosswing to right projects; render
conceals the timber frame. Outshut to rear hides the timber
frame which is 3-panels high and is diagonally braced. 2
brick chimney stacks. Interior: Immediately left of cross-
passage is a cruck truss incorporating 3 Tudor-arched doors
(now blocked) below the tie beam. The central one is taller
than the other two. Large inglenook to housepart. Chamfered
beams. Crosswing said to contain some concealed elaborately
carved timberwork. The house has an interesting and
complicated history, the timber-framing being particularly
noteworthy. W. Bowman, England in Ashton-under-Lyne, 1960.
Listing NGR: SJ9136899743
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Source: English Heritage
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