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Description: Packington Hall
Date Listed: 15 January 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 272714
OS Grid Reference: SK1628206299
OS Grid Coordinates: 416282, 306299
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6542, -1.7607
SK 10 NE SWINFEN AND PACKINGTON
7/126 Packington Hall
Country house, now offices. Mid C18, reputedly by Benjamin Wyatt;
rendered in the C19 with other alterations. Cement rendered brickwork
with rendered quoins and bands. Moulded cornice to coped crenellated
parapet with three curved gables and obelisk-finials hiding roof with
two groups of moulded ridge stacks. 2 storeys and attics; nine window
front, quoined raised surrounds with blank round-arched heads. Moulded
keyblocks to arches rising into band or cornice above. All windows
late C20 glazing bar casements. Central three bays have pilaster
articulation on first floor and Doric half-columned porte-cochere
on ground floor, with round arches to front and side-bays and crenel-
lated parapet with obelisk finials. Side fronts have two-storey bows
with crenellated parapets recessed to left and right. Interior not
inspected but may be of interest.
Listing NGR: SK1628206299
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Source: English Heritage
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