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Onesacre Hall

A Grade II* Listed Building in Bradfield, Sheffield

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.4369 / 53°26'12"N

Longitude: -1.5539 / 1°33'14"W

OS Eastings: 429731

OS Northings: 393436

OS Grid: SK297934

Mapcode National: GBR KXLP.CP

Mapcode Global: WHCC4.3W93

Entry Name: Onesacre Hall

Listing Date: 25 April 1969

Last Amended: 8 August 1985

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1191806

English Heritage Legacy ID: 335360

Location: Bradfield, Sheffield, S35

County: Sheffield

Civil Parish: Bradfield

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): South Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Oughtibridge The Ascension

Church of England Diocese: Sheffield

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Listing Text

SK29SE BRADFIELD GREEN LANE
(north side)

9/37 Onesacre Hall
(formerly listed
as Tophill
25/4/69 Farmhouse,
Onesacre).

II*


Large house now 2 dwellings. Two builds, c1630-40 and c1660-70.
(S. Jones). Ashlar sandstone except left return which is thin bedded
rubble, stone slate roof. Modified H-plan, only left crosswing projects
to rear. Gabled. 2 storeys and attic, 5 windows to first floor.
Double-chamfered mullion windows throughout, some transomed, C20 leaded
casements . Dripmoulds to each floor, carved kneelers and chamfered
gable copings with bases for apex finials. Hall block; door to right
has moulded quoined surround and lintel with bi-arcuate shaped soffit and
carved spandrels . C20 part-glazed door. Cross-mullion window to left,
two similar windows to first floor and 3-light mullion to attic. Short
ashlar ridge stack to right. Crosswing to left has two 3-light windows
to ground and first floors, another to attic, Shouldered and corniced
ashlar ridge stack. (In the short right return to hall block is an
inserted door with blocked window above). Crosswing to right has a
cross-mullion window to left of ground and first floors, Short corniced
ashlar end stack. Rear: hall block has 4-light window with king mullion
to ground floor, two 2-light windows above and single attic light,
Crosswing to right has 4-light window with king mullion and transom to
ground and first floors, a 3-light window to attic. Wing to left with
large projecting stack terminating in twin corniced flues. Left return:
2-light window with hoodmould to right, small C20 projecting stack to ,
its right. Right return: 3-light window to left, altered 4-light to
right. Two 4-light windows to first floor, and two 3-light windows to
twin gabled dormers. Interior: chamfer-stopped beams in wing to left.
Rich bead-moulds to hall and wing to right which also retains a large
arched kitchen fireplace in the rear room. Shallow projecting stone
fireplace to hall.

S. Jones. 'Stone Houses in the Vernacular Tradition in North Yorkshire'
Archaeological Journal, vol 137, 1980, pp386-7.


Listing NGR: SK2973193436

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