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Runshaw Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Euxton, Lancashire

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Latitude: 53.6759 / 53°40'33"N

Longitude: -2.697 / 2°41'49"W

OS Eastings: 354054

OS Northings: 420165

OS Grid: SD540201

Mapcode National: GBR 9TLY.X0

Mapcode Global: WH860.JVYV

Entry Name: Runshaw Hall

Listing Date: 21 February 1984

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1362141

English Heritage Legacy ID: 357634

Location: Euxton, Chorley, Lancashire, PR7

County: Lancashire

District: Chorley

Civil Parish: Euxton

Traditional County: Lancashire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lancashire

Church of England Parish: Euxton

Church of England Diocese: Blackburn

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Listing Text


2/117 Runshaw Hall
- II

Large house, dated 1862, now restaurant. Red brick with yellow stone
dressings, hipped slate roof with bracketed eaves, various chimneys.
Rectangular plan 6 x 3 bays. Two storeys: Italianate style with eclectic
decoration. Entrance front at south end, where 1st bay breaks forward
slightly; stone plinth, 2 bands at 1st floor level, rusticated quoins
to all corners (vermiculated at ground floor level); doorcase close to
angle with flat bay composed of panelled pilasters and heavily moulded
entablature with a cornice, and suspended from the capitals of the
pilasters prominent carved clumps of foliage; above this at 1st floor
a window with banded jambs and stone head with segmental cornice. Left
of door, 1st bay has a window on each floor with elaborately carved
stone architraves: at ground floor a pedimented entablature carried by
free-standing columns to the pediment and by flanking pilasters all with
elaborately carved capitals; at 1st floor a Venetian window with moulded
pilasters and cornices to the margin lights. Right of door is a large
tripartite window with a cornice, and above this a pair of sashed windows
with banded jambs and a cornice; the upper leaf of the sashed windows
here (and of some at the sides) has round-headed glazing. West front has
at left end 2 coupled bays (breaking forwards slightly) with interlocking
pedimented gables and banded quoins, the left of these with a prominent
semicircular 2-storey bay; east front has in the centre a pedimented
gabled bay which breaks forward slightly, with banded quoins, and left
of this at ground floor a service door with decorative head dated 1862;
other features of these 2 sides are of less interest. At north west
corner is an attached square-sectioned tower with a flat-roofed belvedere
topped by ornamental railings. Interior: contains some contemporary
decorative features.

Listing NGR: SD5405420165

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