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Pentre-Uchaf Hall Including Attached Service Ranges, Outbuildings and Walls, Kinnerley

Description: Pentre-Uchaf Hall Including Attached Service Ranges, Outbuildings and Walls

Grade: II
Date Listed: 21 October 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 256555

OS Grid Reference: SJ2916721351
OS Grid Coordinates: 329167, 321351
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7851, -3.0517

Location: Kinnerley, Shropshire SY10 8DP

Locality: Kinnerley
County: Shropshire
Country: England
Postcode: SY10 8DP

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Listing Text

KINNERLEY C.P. B. 4398 (north side)
SJ 22 SE

6/7 Pentre-uchaf Hall
- including attached
service ranges, out-
buildings and walls


Small country house, attached service ranges, outbuildings and walls.
House. Mid-to late C18, extended mid-C19 with later additions and
alterations. Colourwashed red brick; slate roofs, graded and with
coped verges on carved stone kneelers to main range. Original L-plan
with short range to rear on left. Service range added mid-C19 linking
house with late C18 stable-block (partly converted to domestic accommodation
in 1985), forming L-shape around courtyard to right. 3 storeys with
moulded stone eaves cornice,plinth and chamfered angle quoins. 3 windows;
glazing bar sashes with plain stone wedge lintels. Prominent C19 canted
bay sash windows to ground floor on either side of central entrance;
mid-C19 half-glazed door in fluted pilastered doorcase with rectangular
barred overlight and moulded flat hood. Integral end stacks with moulded
capping to left and right. Service range attached to right has 4 sash
windows on first floor, 2 to left and 2 to right; 2 sash windows to
left on ground floor, elliptical arch with C20 double doors in third
bay from left and C19 segmental-headed leaded casement to right. Toothed
eaves cornice; yellow brick ridge stack to centre and integral end stack
to right. Parallel gabled range to rear. Stables attached to right.
Red brick and weatherboarded timber frame; graded slate roof with raised
verges. Left part of range adjoining service wing converted to domestic
accommodation: segmental-headed C20 casements flanking segmental-headed
entrance with C20 glazed double doors. Wide C20 hip-roofed dormers
with paired casements in bottom of roof slope and late C20 red brick
ridge stack between. Catslide outshut to projecting range on courtyard
side. Curving red brick wall with stone coping sweeping round from
centre of service range screens courtyard from house. Short wall attached
to rear range of house turns at right-angles to left and terminates
in late C18 tower-like outbuilding. Red brick; low pyramidal graded
slate roof. Square plan. 2 levels with dentilled eaves cornice.
Doorway and window to left in position of infilled segmental-headed
doorways; rectangular window opening above. Interior. Inspection
of house not possible at time of resurvey (October 1986) but noted as
having winder staircase with carved open string, stick balusters and
wreathed moulded handrail in central hall. Stables/Barn: framing
visible: tall rectangular panels. Single-purlin queen-post roof.

Listing NGR: SJ2916721351

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Source: English Heritage

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