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Kilburn Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Kilburn, Derbyshire

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Latitude: 53.008 / 53°0'28"N

Longitude: -1.4378 / 1°26'16"W

OS Eastings: 437821

OS Northings: 345781

OS Grid: SK378457

Mapcode National: GBR 6CY.HB0

Mapcode Global: WHDGF.WNJB

Entry Name: Kilburn Hall

Listing Date: 13 February 1967

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1311534

English Heritage Legacy ID: 78811

Location: Kilburn, Amber Valley, Derbyshire, DE56

County: Derbyshire

District: Amber Valley

Civil Parish: Kilburn

Built-Up Area: Kilburn

Traditional County: Derbyshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire

Church of England Parish: Horsley St Clement

Church of England Diocese: Derby

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Listing Text

SK 34 NE
1/35 (West Side)
13.2.67 Kilburn Hall


House, now offices. C17 and 1712, extended 1883 and in early
C20, also with early C19 alterations. 1712 part of red brick
with sandstone dressings, rusticated stone quoins, sandstone
plinth and first and second floor plain bands. C17 part of
coursed squared sandstone with flush quoins and sandstone dressings.
1883 and early C20 additions of similar materials, rendered
in parts. Steeply pitched plain tile roofs with moulded stone
coped gables with eaves and ridge ball finials, also brick ridge
and side wall stacks. Two storeys plus attics. Three bay gabled
main facade with central bay recessed,northernbay C17, two southern
ones of 1712. Central bay has early C19 Tuscan porch over segmental
headed doorcase of similar date with C20 glazed doors. To either
side are tall C19 glazing bar Bashes under wedge lintels and beyond,
to either side in the advanced bays, are single canted bay windows
with tall plain sashes in moulded surrounds. Above the porch is a
central moulded C18 aedicule with a plain sash, flanked by similar
sashes under wedge lintels with double keystones. Two glazing
bar sashes under similar lintels to southern bay and a 2-light
late C19 window with plain sashes to the northern bay. Above,
in each of the gables, is a glazing bar sash under a wedge lintel
with double keystones and with a plain band over. North facade
has two 3-light C17 recessed and chamfered mullion windows,
one above the other, to east, the rest of the facade was re-fashioned
in 1883 and in the early C20. South facade has a large early
C20 two storey bay window against the C18 building to east and
a large early C20 extension to west with a verandah to the ground
floor. Early C18 gable is still visible above the bay window
and has a glazing bar sash under double keystoned lintel with
plain band over and a stone plaque inscribed 'HWE 1712'. The
original early C18 doorcase with segmental pediment, pulvinated
frieze and bolection moulded jambs has been re-set on the west
facade. Interior almost entirely re-fashioned in 1880s and
in early C20. Southern front room has an Adam style fireplace.
Attics have a few remaining C18 panelled doors.

Listing NGR: SK3782145781

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