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Runshaw Hall, Euxton

Description: Runshaw Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 21 February 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 357634

OS Grid Reference: SD5405420165
OS Grid Coordinates: 693544, 398703
Latitude/Longitude: 53.4034, 2.4150

Location: Runshaw Hall Lane, Euxton, Lancashire PR7 6HQ

Locality: Euxton
Local Authority: Chorley Borough Council
County: Lancashire
Country: England
Postcode: PR7 6HQ

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Listing Text


2/117 Runshaw Hall
- II

Large house, dated 1862, now restaurant. Red brick with yellow stone
dressings, hipped slate roof with bracketed eaves, various chimneys.
Rectangular plan 6 x 3 boys. Two storeys: Italianate style with eclectic
decoration. Entrance front at south end, where 1st bay breaks forward
slightly; stone plinth, 2 bands at 1st floor level, rusticated quoins
to all corners (vermiculated at ground floor level); doorcase close to
angle with flat bay composed of panelled pilasters and heavily moulded
entablature with a cornice, and suspended from the capitals of the
pilasters prominent carved clumps of foliage; above this at 1st floor
a window with banded jambs and stone head with segmental cornice. Left
of door, 1st bay has a window on each floor with elaborately carved
stone architraves: at ground floor a pedimented entablature carried by
free-standing columns to the pediment and by flanking pilasters all with
elaborately carved capitals; at 1st floor a Venetian window with moulded
pilasters and cornices to the margin lights. Right of door is a large
tripartite window with a cornice, and above this a pair of sashed windows
with banded jambs and a cornice; the upper leaf of the sashed windows
here (and of some at the sides) has round-headed glazing. West front has
at left end 2 coupled bays (breaking forwards slightly) with interlocking
pedimented gables and banded quoins, the left of these with a prominent
semicircular 2-storey bay; east front has in the centre a pedimented
gabled bay which breaks forward slightly, with banded quoins, and left
of this at ground floor a service door with decorative head dated 1862;
other features of these 2 sides are of less interest. At north west
corner is an attached square-sectioned tower with a flat-roofed belvedere
topped by ornamental railings. Interior: contains some contemporary
decorative features.

Listing NGR: SD5405420165

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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