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Chaddock Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Astley Mosley Common, Wigan

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.5053 / 53°30'19"N

Longitude: -2.4365 / 2°26'11"W

OS Eastings: 371146

OS Northings: 401045

OS Grid: SD711010

Mapcode National: GBR CWFX.95

Mapcode Global: WH987.J5Z3

Entry Name: Chaddock Hall

Listing Date: 18 July 1966

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1356222

English Heritage Legacy ID: 213509

Location: Wigan, M28

County: Wigan

Electoral Ward/Division: Astley Mosley Common

Built-Up Area: Tyldesley

Traditional County: Lancashire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater Manchester

Church of England Parish: Mosley Common St John

Church of England Diocese: Manchester

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Listing Text

SD 70 SW,
3/40

TYLDESLEY,
CHADDOCK LANE (north side),
Chaddock Hall

18/07/66

G.V.

II

House. C17 and C18 with C19 alterations. Brick and timber-
framing most of which has been rendered over. Slate roof. T-
shaped 2-storey house with a range added to left probably in
late C18. Four bays, the first is gabled and has two 12-pane
sash windows on the ground floor, a total of three replacement
casements on the upper.floors and an ornate rainwater head
at rear dated 1721. Bay 2 is also gabled and defines the
extent of the timber-framed structure which is largely
intact. It has a C19 canted bay window, a door with
architrave surround and a replaced casement window on first
floor. Both gables have kneelers, copings and finials of
C19. Bays 3 and 4 have a date stone at rear: "T.C. 1698"
(Thomas Chaydock) and an ornate lead rainwater-head dated
"S.C. 1780". Total of three casement windows and a blocked door
in bay 4. Gable chimney stack. A gabled crosswing to right
(forming an H-plan) has long been demolished. C18 and C19
additions to rear.

INTERIOR: the timber-framed structure is
two rooms deep; the central crosswall rises through two storeys,
has diagonal braces and is surmounted by a raised cruck
truss. Also an ogee-arched door lintel. Early 6-panel and
boarded doors throughout. Good plasterwork ceiling and
cornices. Fine early C19 staircase with moulded handrail,
column-on-vase balusters; a cut string and fluted column
newels. Beams, some with broach stops. Right hand room has
fine C17 panelling some with lozenge panels, original beams
and an ovolo-moulded beam taken from Eccles Parish Church.

Victoria County History of Lancashire, 1907.


Listing NGR: SD7114601045

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