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The Old Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Cressage, Shropshire

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Latitude: 52.6344 / 52°38'3"N

Longitude: -2.6036 / 2°36'13"W

OS Eastings: 359244

OS Northings: 304246

OS Grid: SJ592042

Mapcode National: GBR BQ.73QK

Mapcode Global: WH9DD.Z1BP

Entry Name: The Old Hall

Listing Date: 29 October 1979

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1366867

English Heritage Legacy ID: 258826

Location: Cressage, Shropshire, SY5

County: Shropshire

Civil Parish: Cressage

Built-Up Area: Cressage

Traditional County: Shropshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Shropshire

Church of England Parish: Cressage

Church of England Diocese: Hereford

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Listing Text

SJ 50 SE
(east side)
4/43 The Old Hall
Farmhouse, now hotel. C17 with later additions and alterations. Timber
framed on high brick plinth with plaster and painted brick infill,
sandstone slate and plain tile roofs. H-plan with cross-wings slightly
projecting to rear. 2 storeys and attics; framing: square and
rectangular panels, 3 from cill to wall-plate with V-struts from
collars to gables; irregular fenestration, mainly C20 casements, one
to attic to left gable and one to first floor and attic to right
gable, C20 casement below eaves to centre with gabled dormer in roof
slope above to left; late C19 canted projection to left has one
sash window with Gothic glazing to first floor and a multi-paned
cast-iron fixed-light window to ground floor; low single-storey
C20 hip-roofed projection to right has 3 casements, one to left
and 2 to right of C20 six-panel door; external lateral brick stack
to right with moulded capping and 2 integral stacks to left. Interior:
much altered in early C19 and mid-C20; right-hand ground floor room has a wooden
fireplace and cornice and frieze to ceiling in a style derived from
Robert Adam. Prominent additions of c.1923 to left are not of special
architectural interest. The site of a motte and barley castle lies
immediately to the north-east. V.C.H., VIII (1968), Pp.75-6.

Listing NGR: SJ5924404246

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