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Exhall Hall, Exhall

Description: Exhall Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 11 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 308577

OS Grid Reference: SP3439185329
OS Grid Coordinates: 434391, 285329
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4648, -1.4952

Location: 86 Church Lane, Ash Green CV7 9FU

Locality: Exhall
Local Authority: Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council
County: Warwickshire
Country: England
Postcode: CV7 9FU

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Listing Text

SP38NW (East side)
4/39 Exhall Hall

House, currently divided into 3 dwellings. Cross-wing probably C16; left range
and alterations early/mid C19. Early/mid C20 alterations. Cross-wing is pebble
dashed over timber framing with close studding and lath and plaster infill,
largely refaced with brick. Left range of Flemish bond brick with brick string
course and dentil cornice, and regular coursed sandstone plinth. Old plain-tile
roofs; C19 brick ridge stacks. T-plan with cross-wing on right. 2 storeys and
attic; 5-window range. Cross-wing has late C20 door in left corner. 3-light
windows. C20 wood mullioned and transomed windows throughout have upper lights
with glazing bars. First floor has massive corner posts with half-octagonal
shafts. Jettied gable has moulded bressumer and brackets. Entrance in angle has
half-glazed door and sidelights with glazing bars in basket arch with fanlight.
Early C19 Grecian style cast iron openwork porch, moved from elsewhere in the
building, has plain-tile hood. 2- and 3-light windows have cambered brick
arches. 2 hipped roof dormers have 2-light casements with glazing bars. Right
return side is a 3-window range, with 3-light bay windows to ground floor and
3-light windows above. First floor has massive exposed studs between bays. Rear
is mostly C19. Interior: cross wing has remains of stone fireplace. Room has
early/mid C19 vineleaf cornice. Fragments of linenfold panelling. First floor
has 2 painted stone moulded Tudor arch fireplaces back-to-back. Some exposed
studding. Attic has some exposed studding. Trenched purlin roof has large wind
(VCH: Warwickshire, Vol IV, p87)

Listing NGR: SP3439185329

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Source: English Heritage

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