Description: The Hall House
Date Listed: 11 December 1991
English Heritage Building ID: 274801
OS Grid Reference: SJ9720752458
OS Grid Coordinates: 397207, 352458
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0694, -2.0431
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CHEDDLETON HOLLOW LANE
1798-0/13/10001 The Hall House
House. c1500, altered c1600 and C19. Timber-framed origin rebuilt
and extended in sandstone rubble and ashlar; decorative blue tile
roof. 2 storeys, 3 windows to 1st floor: originally of 3 bays
with central open hall and cross passage behind inserted stack.
Front: large quoins; door to left of centre has plain lintel; C20
casement to left and two 3-light casements with glazing bars to
right. Between the 3-light casements is a small casement within
altered 2-light mullioned window. Straight joint to left of door
and rendered patch to far right indicate position of former wall
posts. Raised eaves with three 2-light casements in gabled half-
dormers. Brick ridge stack to right of door; end stacks. Rear:
stonework of various periods; two 16-pane sash window flank small
casements to the stair area; infilled mullioned window near
centre; door and casement in rendered panel on right. Right
return: intact 3-light chamfered, mullioned window to 1st floor.
Interior: central room has twin, stop-chamfered spine beams
resting on an arched fireplace bressumer; stone reredos wall. Oak
door at foot of enclosed stair. 1st floor: oak boards in south
end room; C17 oak doors of various designs. Fragments of wall
posts exposed. Central roof truss of heavy scantling with arch
braces, collar with mount boss, rafter sections with mortices for
wind braces. Early brick chimney breasts above main fireplace and
within north gable. Roof structure of later date.
Listing NGR: SJ9720752458
Source: English Heritage
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