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Description: Lapley Hall
Date Listed: 4 July 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 271557
OS Grid Reference: SJ8730812846
OS Grid Coordinates: 387308, 312846
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7131, -2.1893
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SJ 81 SE LAPLEY C.P. LAPLEY.
5/91 Lapley Hall.
House. C17 core with substantial alterations in 1875 by Col. Swinfen.
Red brick with stone dressings and details; red machine tile roof with
side stacks of several flues. Large 'T' shaped plan with single gable
front of two storeys and gable lit attic. Two tiered dressed stone
buttress to left on massive stack with stone dressed niche at first floor
level and stellar plan brick flues; even stone quoins to right. Three
light stone dressed and mullioned sash windows of 1875 with mullioned
and transomed bay to ground floor. Front door in pent porch set well back
in angle to right, also of 1875, with stone, Tudor arched head and stepped
label over coat of arms. Interior: Massive C17 beamed ceilings to first
floor, not related to C19 altered plan. Parliamentary garrison in the
Civil War with 70 men; captured 1643 by Cole Heveninghem: contemporary
Listing NGR: SJ8730812846
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Source: English Heritage
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