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Cutthorpe Old Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Brampton, Derbyshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.2564 / 53°15'22"N

Longitude: -1.4883 / 1°29'17"W

OS Eastings: 434236

OS Northings: 373383

OS Grid: SK342733

Mapcode National: GBR LZ1S.LD

Mapcode Global: WHDF8.3DKY

Entry Name: Cutthorpe Old Hall

Listing Date: 31 January 1967

Last Amended: 30 August 1995

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1291929

English Heritage Legacy ID: 393519

Location: Brampton, North East Derbyshire, Derbyshire, S42

County: Derbyshire

District: North East Derbyshire

Civil Parish: Brampton

Traditional County: Derbyshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire

Church of England Parish: Old Brampton Saints Peter and Paul

Church of England Diocese: Derby

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Listing Text

BRAMPTON
MAIN ROAD
SK37SW
1264-0/2/108 (North side)
31/01/67 Cutthorpe Old Hall
(Formerly Listed as:
CUTTHORPE
Cutthorpe Old Hall, Old Hall
Cottage, Old Manor House)

II*

Manor house. Circa 1625, with late C17 additions and some C19
alterations. Coursed squared Coal Measures Sandstone with
ashlar dressings, rising from low moulded plinth. Quoined
corners, moulded gable copings and kneelers, a single stone
gable stack to the north-west gable, and a stone slated roof.
2-cell plan, with attached stair tower to south-west side. 3
elevations are gabled, as is the stair tower, and both are 3
storeyed with attics. A 2-storey range, part of the attached
cottage, continues behind the 2-cell range, and there is a C18
single-storey addition to the north-east. Each floor is
delineated by continuous string courses which step up over
doorway and window openings, as hood moulds. South-east
elevation of 2 bays, with 2 tall 3-light chamfered mullioned
windows to ground floor, 2 shallower 3-light openings to first
floor, and a 3-light window with a drip mould to the second
floor. South-east elevation of stair tower formerly with a
2-light mullioned window, and a single-light opening, the 2
openings separated by a narrow panel of masonry, which at
ground-floor level has been removed to contrive a fourth
light, giving the ground floor a 4-light window. First and
second floors retain separated openings. Attic floor with
2-light chamfered mullioned windows beneath a drip moulding.
South-west elevation to the main range has a moulded door
surround at the angle of the two ranges, with a massive
chamfered lintel and a plain planked door to the side of the
doorway, beneath a continuous string course, a blocked former
2-light mullioned opening, which at some time had been
enlarged to form another doorway, which pierced the plinth.
2-bay range to rear, with first-floor 2-light chamfered
mullioned window to north-east gable. C18 single-storey
addition with coped gable, and a re-used timber head to a
3-light mullioned window.
INTERIOR: stair tower has a framed and boarded newel
staircase, terminating in a small blind landing at attic
level. The main range has moulded plasterwork to ground and
first floors with cornices and moulded spine beams, disturbed
by later partitioning. At second floor level the tie beam of
the central roof truss is exposed, and appears steeply
cambered. Ground and first floor hearths have moulded stone
surrounds.
History:; Cutthorpe Old Hall was built by Alderman Ralph Clark
of Chesterfield, d. 1660.


Listing NGR: SK3423673383

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