Description: Fauld Hall
Date Listed: 12 March 1964
English Heritage Building ID: 273623
OS Grid Reference: SK1847328983
OS Grid Coordinates: 418473, 328983
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8580, -1.7271
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HANBURY C.P. FAULD LANE, Fauld
SK 12 NE
Manor house. Late C16, possibly with earlier core and late C18 and C19
additions and alterations. Part timber framed with brick infill and later
wing in brickwork; tiled roofs. 3 diamond-shaped shafted centre ridge
stack and end stacks. Complex plan built up from original hall and cross-
wing. Hall now mainly replaced by C18 work to west with C19 wing built
up against east side of cross-wing forming an elongated cross. Cross-
wing now central to composition, gabled, 2 storeys with diagonal framing,
originally lozenge-pattern within panels; corbelled gable; 3-light
casement window to centre of first floor over 3-sided hipped bay to
ground; adjacent to left is a 2-storey gabled porch, jettied to first
floor, diagonal braces to truss; central C20 two-light casement window
over wide-boarded door with strap hinges and ring knocker. Wing set-
back to left on hall side behind porch and built up against gabled dormers
of 2 storeys and attic (eaves raised C20) and 2 windows, C20 gabled dormers
over C20 concrete lintel casements of unequal depths and single 2-light
segmental-head casement window to ground floor right. Wing set well back
to right of timber framed gable is of 2 storeys and attic, and 2 casement
windows (one dormer to right) with farm entrance set against angle to left.
Attached cottage to right of lower ridge not included.
Listing NGR: SK1847328983
Source: English Heritage
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