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Description: Low Broadwood Hall with Attached Outbuildings and Wall to Right Rear
Date Listed: 15 April 1969
English Heritage Building ID: 240174
OS Grid Reference: NY8322055591
OS Grid Coordinates: 383220, 555591
Latitude/Longitude: 54.8948, -2.2631
NY 8355 ALLENDALE BRIDGE END
24/54 Low Broadwood Hall with
15.4.69 and wall to right rear
House dated '1716' on lintel, refenestrated c.1970, with outbuildings perhaps
incorporating earlier fabric. Rubble, stone dressings, house roof C20 tiles,
left outbuilding C20 metal roof, right outbuilding slate roof. 2 storeys, 4
bays. 3rd bay has C20 door in moulded surround with angular 4-centred head,
sunk panels in spandrels and initials A on lintel, with date.
All windows C20. Left outbuilding 2 storeys, 2 bays. 2 inserted ground floor
windows. Right outbuilding, former Quaker school, 2 storeys and attics, 3 bays,
irregular. 2 blocked doors with later windows inserted, that to the right
having a chamfered lintel and pieces of inscribed late C17 or early C18 stones
(tombstones?) re-used in the jambs. 1st floor 2 2-light mullioned windows
and one single light, all with chamfered surrounds, all blocked. Similar
single-light window to attic. Left return of left outbuilding has boarded
door with triangular-headed chamfered surround perhaps re-set. Rear elevation,
contemporary outshut to house, various openings, some with chamfered surrounds.
Interior altered. Wall running from rear right end of right outbuilding as
far as heavy quoins. This is a section of a C16 house, demolished early C20,
and includes a single-light window in a chamfered surround with heavy iron bars.
Listing NGR: NY8322055591
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Source: English Heritage
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