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Description: Gringley Hall and Boundary Wall
Date Listed: 23 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 241139
OS Grid Reference: SK7347990642
OS Grid Coordinates: 473479, 390642
Latitude/Longitude: 53.4075, -0.8961
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SK 79 SW GRINGLEY ON THE HILL MILL ROAD
5/57 Gringley Hall and
House, c.1800, with later C19 and C20 additions. Brick,
rendered, with hipped slate roofs, stone sills, 2 side wall
stacks, 2.1/2 storeys, 3 bays. Square plan, entered from east.
Main south facade has 2 C19 canted flat roofed bay windows, each
with 3 glazing bar sashes; above, 2 glazing bar sashes; above
again, 2 smaller glazing bar sashes. C20 flat roofed extension
to left, has single glazing bar sash in round headed opening.
C19 2.1/2 storey single bay extension to right has a single
glazing bar sash on each floor. East front has, to left, 2
paired glazing bar sashes on each floor; to right, classical
timber doorcase with Doric columns, round herded opening with
fanlight and 6 panelled door; above, a single glazing bar sash
on each floor. To right, a single glazing bar sash on each
floor. Rear additions have irregular C20 doors and windows.
Interior has curved cantilevered stair with turned balusters and
scrolled handrail and a single C19 Classical style timber
fireplace. Boundary wall to Leys Lane and Mill Road, red brick
with stone coping, 2 ramps linking with lower section, carrying
decorative iron railing. To east, 2 square stone gatepiers with
recessed panels and pyramidal caps carrying pair of Gothic cast
iron gates. Wall to right of gates, along Mill Road and High
Street, gault brick with stone coping and single ramp.
Listing NGR: SK7347990642
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Source: English Heritage
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