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The Hatherings

A Grade II Listed Building in Little Eaton, Derbyshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.9728 / 52°58'22"N

Longitude: -1.465 / 1°27'54"W

OS Eastings: 436022

OS Northings: 341850

OS Grid: SK360418

Mapcode National: GBR 6D9.NFD

Mapcode Global: WHDGM.GJLT

Entry Name: The Hatherings

Listing Date: 6 November 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1140413

English Heritage Legacy ID: 352278

Location: Little Eaton, Erewash, Derbyshire, DE21

County: Derbyshire

District: Erewash

Civil Parish: Little Eaton

Built-Up Area: Little Eaton

Traditional County: Derbyshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire

Church of England Parish: Little Eaton St Paul

Church of England Diocese: Derby

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Listing Text

PARISH OF LITTLE EATON VICARAGE LANE
SK 34 SE
1/75 (East Side)
The Hatherings
II

House. 1910 by P H Currey of Currey & Thompson, for himself.
Arts and Crafts style. Brick, mostly roughcast. Plain tile
roof. Two massive brick ridge stacks and an external gable
stack, with diamond plan shafts. Two storeys. Irregular plan
and elevations. The principal garden front is of four bays.
Projecting gabled bay to the left, with a slight bulge in the
pitch of the roof, giving a curved outline. The ground floor
has a 2-light casement window with square pane leaded lights.
Similar 3-light window above, the centre light broader and with
a shallow arch, a derivative from a Venetian window. Arrow slit
window in the gable. To the right is a lean-to verandah and a
4-light casement window. Similar 4-light window above. To the
right again a full height gabled canted bay with a window to
each floor. The upper window forms a continuous glazed band
with the window to the left. To the right again the roof
descends to a lower point and there is only a 3-light ground
floor window. The entrance elevation has three gables. A broad
gable to the left, the left side descending lower than the right
side. Two single light windows to the ground floor, a 2-light
above and a 2-light in the gable. Entrance bay set back to the
right, with a 2-light window and a round arched entrance and a
glazed grid door. Lean-to roof above and a gabled dormer with a
4-light window. Projecting bay to right with external stack
flanked by single light windows to the upper floor. All the
windows have leaded lights and 'Arts and Crafts' wrought
ironwork. The interior is virtually unaltered. Hall with large
inglenook and a plain stone fireplace with joggle jointed
lintel. Stained panelling and a decorative plaster frieze.
Reminiscent of a medieval open hall with a screen's entrance and
dais at the upper end with a bay window. Drawing room has a
coved cornice and tiled fireplace with wooden surround. Oak
doors with wrought iron latches. Dining room has a tiled
fireplaced with eared surround. Staircase with widely spaced
splat balusters. The bedrooms have a variety of tiled
fireplaces in plain chamfered wooden surrounds.


Listing NGR: SK3602241850

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