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Description: Nether Hall
Date Listed: 16 March 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 286526
OS Grid Reference: TM2056654231
OS Grid Coordinates: 620566, 254231
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1423, 1.2220
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OTLEY OTLEY BOTTOM
TM 25 NW
16/3/66 Nether Hall
Heuse. - C16. Timber framed with colourwashed render and a plain tiled
roof. Two storeys. Entrance front: gabled C20 porch at left of centre
with a 5-light window at centre and with a C20 plank door to right flank
with 2 light windows at either side. To left of this porch is a window of
3 lights and to right are a 4-light, a 5-light and a 2-light window, of C20
timber, incorporating the sides and heads of C16 window openings but with
lowered sills. To the first floor are 2 three-light windows and one 4-
light and one 5-light windows and a single-light window above the porch.
To the ridge at left of centre is a massive stack rebuilt at the top in C20
brick with 2 flues. Right hand gable end: close studding to both floors
with a projecting C20 hipped bay window to the ground floor of 4 lights and
with 2 lateral lights at either side. To the first floor are 2 three-light
casements divided by a king mullion with shallow, lateral 2-light
casements. To the right of this is an extending wing which has French
windows to the ground floor and a 3-light first floor casement with ovolo-
moulded mullions and at either side shallow 3-light casements. Five-light
first floor window. At left and projecting is a C20 lean-to with pantile
roof. Rear: projecting wing at left which is blank to the gable end and
has to its right flank a 3-light casement and to right of this wing is a 4-
light C20 ground floor casement and above this a window of 7 lights and a
small 2-light window to right again of this which has outshuts at either
side and C20 fenestration of three 3-light and a single-light ground floor
windows-and a 3-light window to the first floor.
Interior: close studded walling to the ground floor rooms with chamfered
ceiling beams. The sitting room is formed from the hall, screens passage
and servive rooms of a hall house the positon of whose walls can still be
traced by mortice holes in the ceiling beams. The window heads show
mortice holes for diamond-section mullions and there are shutter slides.
Listing NGR: TM2056654231
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Source: English Heritage
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