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Description: The Old Hall
Date Listed: 19 October 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 222181
OS Grid Reference: TF6399922675
OS Grid Coordinates: 563999, 322675
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7768, 0.4299
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SOUTH WOOTTON HALL LANE
TF 62 SW
5/89 The Old Hall
House, dated 1665, possibly on older core; small carstone with brick dressings,
plain tiles, gable parapets. 2 bays, 2 storeys; double range to left (north)
bay; right hand bay with attic, gables to west, south and north; end internal
stack to south gable. Single storey lean-to addition to south under pantiles.
Principal facade to west: quoined brick work between left and right bay, dressings
of narrow bricks to left bay, right angle to right bay breaking forward; all
window casements with pintle hinges under square heads; of 3 lights to 1st bay,
that to ground floor being set high to left having door to right; of 3 lights
with transoms to right bay and lean-to, 2 openings to ground floor right bay,
one to 1st floor, 2-light opening to attic. Gable to right bay with iron letter
R and renewed datestone inscribed N H / 1665 (Nicholas Hammond b.1617). Rear
of brick and some stone, left bay with ground and 1st floor part rendered with
pebble dash. Scattered fenestration as to west facade but with segmental arches;
large internal stack to rear facade between left and right bays; iron letter
H to gable of left bay. Water pump dated 1907 against right hand bay. Two gables to
north return, each with end internal stacks, left hand gable of 3 storeys, right
hand gable of 2 storeys and cellar, varied fenestration of leaded casements
under segmental arches.
Listing NGR: TF6399922675
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Source: English Heritage
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