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Hassop Hall

A Grade II* Listed Building in Hassop, Derbyshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.2465 / 53°14'47"N

Longitude: -1.6688 / 1°40'7"W

OS Eastings: 422195

OS Northings: 372216

OS Grid: SK221722

Mapcode National: GBR JZSW.HX

Mapcode Global: WHCD1.BNKJ

Entry Name: Hassop Hall

Listing Date: 29 September 1951

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1088171

English Heritage Legacy ID: 81717

Location: Hassop, Derbyshire Dales, Derbyshire, DE45

County: Derbyshire

District: Derbyshire Dales

Civil Parish: Hassop

Traditional County: Derbyshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire

Church of England Parish: Longstone St Giles

Church of England Diocese: Derby

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Listing Text

PARISH OF HASSOP OFF BAKEWELL ROAD
SK 27 SW
2/150 (West Side)
29.9.51 Hassop Hall
GV II*
Country house, now hotel. C17, early C18, extensively
remodelled 1827-33. Coursed squared limestone with sandstone
dressings and quoins. Sandstone ashlar. Hipped and welsh slate
roofs with various ashlar stacks. One and three storeys.
Principal south elevation remodelled in 1827-33. Symmetrical
seven bays. Ashlar, with plain first and second floor bands and
intermediate sill bands. Moulded cornice and partly balustraded
parapet. Central Tuscan Doric pedimented doorcase. Pair of
half glazed doors. Glazing bar sash above has moulded
architrave with segmental pediment. Moulded circular window
above again with hoodmould in the form of a garland. Flanked by
full height canted bays with three glazing bar sashes to each
floor. Bays two and six have half-domed niche to ground floor a
glazing bar sash above and a circular window with moulded
surround above again. West elevation of six bays. The two bays
to the right form a return elevation to the main front, ashlar
faced, with first and second floor bands and sill bands, and two
glazing bar sashes to each floor. The third bay has a Tuscan
Doric porch to ground floor. The facade above is stepped back
and of coursed limestone with, to each floor, a glazing bar sash
in keyed raised ashlar surround. Truncated three bays to left
now only single storeyed, each bay stepped back, with angle
quoins and glazing bar sashes in ashlar surrounds. East
elevation of four bays, three of them rendered, with glazing bar
sashes and blind windows. Ashlar parapet with arched
crenellations. North elevation with early C18 fenestration of
glazing bar sashes in keyed ashlar surrounds and a round-arched
staircase window. Interior much altered in the C20 with various
imported C18 interior features. Surviving original features are
mostly features from the early C19. The Morning Room and the
Drawing Room have carved marble chimneypieces by White Watson, of
Ashford-in-the-Water. Broken pediments to the Morning Room door
architraves. Late Georgian style joinery and plasterwork in the
Drawing Room. Bedroom No 25 has an early C16 plaster overmantle
with pilasters and the eyre Coat of Arms. In the adjoining
bathroom is a C16 3-light mullioned and transomed window, now
blocked. The Green Sitting Room has a marble Tuscan columned
chimneypiece with inset coloured marbles.


Listing NGR: SK2219572216

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