Description: Coton Hall
Date Listed: 12 March 1964
English Heritage Building ID: 273617
OS Grid Reference: SK1677229185
OS Grid Coordinates: 416772, 329185
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8599, -1.7523
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HANBURY C.P. COTON IN THE CLAY
SK 12 NE
2/38 Coton Hall
Small country house. Dated to 1790s, possibly with earlier core. Rendered
brickwork; flat roof invisible behind parapet; rendered stacks. Square
plan. Entrance front: 1:3:1; band at first floor cill level; slight
central break; glazing bar sashes, outer bays with tripartite sashes
corbelled to a thin cornice on first floor and similar windows set in
rectangular flat-roofed bays to ground floor; central entrance has
pedimented Tuscan doorcase, 6-panel door and overlight. Garden front:
is composed of 2 large 3-sided bay windows flanking a recessed centre
of 2 bays. Steeply-pitched slate-roofed service wing to rear. Interior:
entrance hall with segmental arch opens into stair hall; stair with
curtail step. Built for the Adderley family.
Listing NGR: SK1677229185
Source: English Heritage
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