Description: Longnor Hall, Attached Wall to North East, and Gate Piers
Date Listed: 19 March 1962
English Heritage Building ID: 271567
OS Grid Reference: SJ8672814137
OS Grid Coordinates: 386728, 314137
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7247, -2.1979
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SJ 81 SE LAPLEY C.P. LONGNOR.
5/80 Longnor Hall, attached
19.3.62 wall to North East, and
gate piers. (Longnor Hall
Small Country House, dated 1726 on rainwater head. Red brick with stone
dressings; flat roof invisible behind re-built parapet. Provincial Baroque
with 'U' shaped plan to rear. South elevation 3 storey, 2-3-2 bays, glazing
bar sashes, shorter to second floor, in stone keyed heads and with brick
aprons; stone quoins to angles and central 3 bay break, with stone moulded
pediment below parapet coping, narrower windows below;
parapet capped by stone urns at angles. Stone pedimented central doorway with
Gibbsian surround and double, four panelled front door. Widely spaced 2 bay
sides with similar windows and central rainwater pipe; formed lead head
inscribed 1726 R.E.A. Lower kitchen range to North West; late C19 serlian
window to first floor, rear. Interior: Largely late C19 re-modelling including
central entrance hall and stairway. Room to left of front door in early C18
panelling, fielded with dado rail and moulded cornice; C19 fireplace.
Curved wall to North East enclosing stable yard from garden. Red brick with
stone dressings 2 m high, taken to gate piers with brick plinth and moulded
stone string and capping. Gates not included. Encloses stable yard.
Listing NGR: SJ8672814137
Source: English Heritage
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