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Latitude: 53.2523 / 53°15'8"N
Longitude: -1.6258 / 1°37'33"W
OS Eastings: 425060
OS Northings: 372878
OS Grid: SK250728
Mapcode National: GBR KZ2T.TV
Mapcode Global: WHCD2.0J21
Entry Name: Baslow Hall
Listing Date: 19 June 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1334750
English Heritage Legacy ID: 81577
Location: Baslow and Bubnell, Derbyshire Dales, Derbyshire, DE45
District: Derbyshire Dales
Civil Parish: Baslow and Bubnell
Built-Up Area: Baslow
Traditional County: Derbyshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire
Church of England Parish: Baslow St Anne
Church of England Diocese: Derby
PARISH OF BASLOW & BUBNELL CALVER ROAD
SK 27 SE
3/12 (East Side)
Small country house. 1907 possibly by Weightman & Hadfield.
C17 vernacular style. Coursed squared sandstone and ashlar.
Stone slate roof and coped gables with plain kneelers. Ridge
stack, two lateral stacks, and one rising from the pitch of the
roof. Moulded bands above and below the first floor windows.
Moulded eaves cornice. Two storeys. South elevation of half-H
plan with projecting gabled wings. Flight of three semi-
circular stone steps up to projecting central doorway which has
a hollow moulded surround and fleurons and a halfdomed hood on
moulded brackets. Moulded keystone. Pair of panelled doors.
Flanked by 3-light mullioned and transomed windows. First floor
has a window of two tiers, the upper breaking through the eaves
with a coped parapet. The lower is of 3-2-3 lights, the upper
of 2-2-2 lights. The centre two of both are blind. The return
walls have a single light transomed window to ground floor. The
matching gabled wings have to each floor a mullioned and
transomed window of 1-3-1 lights. Sunk roundels bearing crests,
set in the gables. The side elevation includes a staircase
window which is basically of 4-lights with two transoms, but the
lower transom is broken across the centre two lights by a
round-arch. Interior in rich Jacobean Style. Entrance hall has
beams on moulded corbels, four-centred arched chimneypiece and a
pair of 'art nouveau' looking tripartite screens with stained
glass. The dining room has a Jacobean style plaster ceiling and
the drawing room a more delicate plaster ceiling and an early
C18 style chimneypiece. Staircase hall has closed string
staircase with heavy turned balusters.
Listing NGR: SK2506072878
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