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Latitude: 53.3113 / 53°18'40"N
Longitude: -1.9214 / 1°55'17"W
OS Eastings: 405334
OS Northings: 379379
OS Grid: SK053793
Mapcode National: GBR HZ04.TP
Mapcode Global: WHBBL.G189
Entry Name: Bank Hall Lodge
Listing Date: 12 April 1984
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1088046
English Heritage Legacy ID: 81981
Location: Chapel-en-le-Frith, High Peak, Derbyshire, SK23
District: High Peak
Civil Parish: Chapel-en-le-Frith
Traditional County: Derbyshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire
Church of England Parish: Chapel-en-le-Frith St Thomas a Becket
Church of England Diocese: Derby
SK 07 NE TOWN OF CHAPEL-EN-LE-FRITH BANK HALL DRIVE
6/4 (South Side )
Bank Hall Lodge
Lodge, now house. c1873 by WE Nesfield. Random, squared, gritstone with oversailing
timber framing, part tile hung, part pargetted. Slate roof with
bracketed overhanging eaves. Crested terracotta ridge tiles and spiral finial,
topped with flower head, to eastern gable bay. Massive, furrowed and corbelled
brick ridge stack. Two storeys plus attics. North elevation - ground floor in
random stonework - chamfered in at base of windows, Central quadripitite window
with small pane casements. To east similar single light window. Furrowed stone
sills. Coved, oversailing timber framing with plaster panels decorated with
floral motifs, over. Above, decorative tile hanging, apart from band of timber
studding with decorated plaster panels. Central window similar to that below.
In top of gable, single light attic window. East facade - steps up to glazed
door. To south, tripartite timber window with small pane casements. Beyond,
to south, recessed bay with single light window, Above door large consoles
supporting oversailing timber bay. Studding with decorated plaster panels between,
tripartite window over. Above,bracketed oversailing gable with timber studwork.
Below, to south, single light window under eaves. Two square sectioned cast iron
gutters with elaborate hopper heads decorated by portcullis and flower heads,
to south. C20 extension beyond to south. Early C20 rendered addition to west.
Also listed for its historical interest as home of architect Raymond Unwin.
Listing NGR: SK0533479379
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